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Interesting Read - Rodgers or Cutler?

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by 3irty1, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. 3irty1

    3irty1 Fear the Dreads!

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    Cutler or Rodgers? NFL Experts make their picks

    by Sean jenssen

     
  2. ivo610

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    Gruden is such a punk about this stuff, only wants to compliment everyone. wait til tonight and listen to him say over and over "I like that guy".

    Ditka is being a homer and I understand that.
     
  3. Mushroom

    Mushroom Packer Owner/Shareholder

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    LMAO! Spot on!, except I think its "I like this guy"..."are you kidding me?"
     
  4. Forget Favre

    Forget Favre Cheesehead

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    I'm not surprised that the majority would pick A-Rod.
    Is anyone?
     
  5. packerfan4ever

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    i understand cutler is new to martz,but he plays like he did in denver,they will see that tonight cutler takes big chances when he is rattled,that's the difference a-rod is more accurate cutler is not.:chisux:
     
  6. turbo69

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    Look at the Bears game stats from last week and it is pretty obvious why the Bears won. It had nothing to do with the Bears dominating the game. It was one thing. Turnovers. We cannot turn the ball over if we are going to win this game. One other thing stands out. Look at the Bears 3rd down efficiency (1-11). Wow. The Bears looked like they should have gotten their *** kicked!
     
  7. PackersRS

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    I'm very surprised that they're saying "it's close". Are you kidding me? Just look at the stats and accomplishment. Cutler has NEVER had a winning season, for crying out loud. He's never had a QB rating of over 90 in a season, and he spent his first 3 with the same OC, so what are you talking about, you numbnuts? Cutler is talented, no doubt, but Rodgers is elite.

    Not even close, and it makes me really angry that they're even debating this stupid thing.

    They tried it last year, and Rodgers made all of them look like fools.
     
  8. JCpackers04

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    ill take the guy that doesnt throw the most interceptions in the league thank you very much
     
  9. SpartaChris

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    I think Cutler has the tools to be a superior QB for a very long time. Rodgers also has the tools, obviously. One thing I look forward to is when Rodgers can just impose his will against opposing offenses. When he can consistently lead 6, 7, 8 minute scoring drives that just chew up the clock. I'm not totally sure he's there yet, but he is very very good. It took Manning a long time to get to the level of success he's at today. I imagine Rodgers will get there too over the next couple of seasons.

    The only drawback to Cutler is going to be the coaching staff. If the Bears don't do something now, that whole coaching staff is going to be replaced, which I could wind up being a bit setback to Cutler. But then again, it's the Bears, so it's not like I care that much.
     
  10. turbo69

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    First thing I said when Cutler came to Chicago. He had Brandon Marshall..........and now he has no one even close to that. Not to mention just being in Chicago with receivers that wouldn't even make our team. When Hester was on special teams, and they took him out of that role which at the time he was their best return man. Stupid move in my opinion. I was reading an article about how Urlacher was going to cover Finley. Ummmmm.........good luck with that.
     
  11. PackersRS

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    Well, Rodgers did do it against the Steelers and the Cardinals. Rodgers kept us on every single game last year, but you're right, that killing mode only happened those stances.
     
  12. chucknorris101

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    everyone is saying cutler has done well the first two weeks, but are they even mentioning him being as good as manning or brees? i think not.
     
  13. JCpackers04

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    funny thing about that, i was reading that Bears forum and one of them said that their WR's are better than ours. *facepalm*
     
  14. White92

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    bwahahaha

    Exactly right JC..Knox would be the Pack #5 guy maybe..the rest would be practice squad.
     
  15. turbo69

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    No ****? I guess we will find out in about 4 1/2 hours.
     
  16. Kitten

    Kitten Feline Cheesehead Staff Member Super Moderator

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    I'll give Cutler his due, I think he has shown great potential to lead the Bears in the future. But he is no Rogers and this is the present, not next year or two or three seasons down the road. I think both QBs are going to serve their respective teams very well in their given careers, but in terms of the game tonight, it's all Rogers to me. I will, however forgive Ditka for sitting on the fence there, LOL!
     

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