I know they hated their OC something fierce.
shoot, id rather have calvin johnson... he'd make tim couch look good
let mister konerko pour you another glass of courvoisier
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Guess I'll be an "obvious homer" and go with Cutler. Yeah his numbers aren't the best in the world but neither were his receiving corps until this year (post trade).
He took us to the NFCC game a few years back with Forte,Olsen, and our punt returners for crying outloud. Now with weapons, a OC he can manage, a QB coach he likes and a favorable sched. I think Jay is going to do some damage.
I actually expect Stafford to have more yards passing this year b/c of the fragility of DET's run game (it's Best or Bust) ,but I think Cutler will have a higher completion rate and have more receivers with more evenly distributed targets.
Broncos be like:
Let's see: Stafford was 23 years old, throwing for over 5000 yards with 40 Td's in his first full season, 5th best in NFL history vs. Culter. Humm...
Someone needs to ask this question after this season, so we can all see if the results remain the same?
I'm sure there will be new excuses...
Stafford slightly over Cutler at this point. Stafford's ceiling is very high and I have liked him for a while. Certainly a lot of question marks with his injury history and such but I like his upside more than Cutler's.
I'd bet large sums of money than in a couple years Stafford is a consensus top 5 QB and Cutler isn't.
Last edited by FortDetroit; 06-13-2012 at 05:30 PM.
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