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Jay Cutler just inked a new 7 year deal with the Bears

Well no one will have to worry about the Bears for 7 more years
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
With Jay not a FA Houston will definitely go Bridgewater in the draft.

My thoughts exactly. Unless they can trade back a few picks and get Bortles?

Houston will be definitely talking to Cleveland and the Rams at this point.
Cutler is an odd, odd character.

Career record against the Pack? 1-9.

Granted, their offense is getting better and better BUT:-

He is too inconsistent, too injury prone and cannot seem to end the Packers' recent divisional dominance.

When Chuck Woodson was still a Packer, we'd joke that he was Cutler's favorite receiver.
Cutler has never been anything more than average.
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
Another moderate QB who has been able to cash in.
This contract extension is almost as dumb as the new deal that Romo signed.
Originally posted by ninerjok:
This contract extension is almost as dumb as the new deal that Romo signed.

And Flacco's new contract last year.
LOL. Rock on, Chicago.
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Jay Cutler: 66.5 QBR in '13 at age 30. 4 other 30-year-old QBs w/ 60-70 QBR have declined sharply within 2 years:
https://infogr.am/total-qbr-between-60-and-70-in-age-30-season-since-2006
dummies. McClown was playing better than cutler.
Schefter says $17.8M average, and likely $50M guaranteed.

$124.6M deal
Slauson and Jennings deals are 4yr deals.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/02/bears-extend-tim-jennings-matt-slauson-for-four-years/
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Schefter says $17.8M average, and likely $50M guaranteed.

$124.6M deal

Sheee-it!!! Flacco money!
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Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Schefter says $17.8M average, and likely $50M guaranteed.

$124.6M deal

Sheee-it!!! Flacco money!

Emery is quickly proving to be a terrible fiscally minded GM.