LOL Eli is not a lock for the HOF.
What's the matter, you afraid to post a poll question? It would be hands down 95% NO, Cutler is NOT a HOF'er.
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No, if he keeps up his tantrums, his O-line will either kill him or let someone through to kill him. Personally I don't think he has to many years left of being a starter if his attitude continues....
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not even a thought of HOF after he retires, hes terrible at times ala GB game
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No but he is a good qb.
No way but why does it matter? He's still a good QB. Talent wise he should be a HOF player but you need to back it up on the field.
He's got the same chance of making it as Ed Reed has of missing it.
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1. Hes not even top 10 in QBs.
2. His playoff success is nothing to be proud of.
3. The way he carries hisself on the field when things dont go his way is not desired and voters look at things like that. Media doesnt exactly like the guy already.
4. Hes not that good, his decision making is pretty bad.
5. The QB play is starting to really get better so making it in the HOF at the QB position is getting harder.
will jay cutler be a HOFer?
I believe that you should never say never. Now that I've gotten that out of the way...
Jay Cutler will never be a HOFer.
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not even close
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naww i doubt it, even tho I like jay cutler its always an excuse of why he cant get it done, either he's injured or like last yr when they said he didnt have any good receivers but imo I consider you a HOF'er when you can take what you have a make something out of it, i.e. Manning(both), Brady, Rodgers, Big Ben etc. his track record is sub par I wouldnt really consider it HOF like, he kinda reminds me of Jake plummer w/ less int's
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Not a chance