Stafford easily. He has only played one season, and he is already on his way to having a better career.
[QUOTE=det32;28757687]assuming you where going to say something about me being "harsh" or "hatting" on Wilson.. i hate to brake it to you but he is a "borderline starter" at best.. my 20th- 25th QB.. that's not hating that's just being real.. /QUOTE]
Lets see how the man made of glass would do behind the worst OLine in the NFL and having no weapons.
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Stafford's probably going to have bigger numbers. He didn't have (and won't have) a 3 year span without a WR who knew what the **** he was doing.
That said, it does help a QB a ton to have arguably the best WR in the game. I think if you were to switch their roles in 2011, you'd see almost identical stats from the two in the opposite situation. Both are really, really good QBs.
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Stafford might be the best QB in the league this year, we don’t know. Cutty for sure won’t be and he has health issues.
Da hell? Stafford is way more injury prone than Cutler.
For all we know, Stafford in about to destroy all the record books and **** on Cutty twice a year while doing it.
I think the only way anyone would take Cutler is if you believed Stafford was going to be spending more time injured than starting.
I mean, there hasn't really been a knock on Stafford as a player, even in his first couple years when he was constantly injured he played pretty well.
Cutler is a good QB, but Stafford has far more potential at this point.
I'm picking Stafford.