Crybaby Cutler Goes To LOVIE Land . . . Duh

Posted on April 3, 2009. Filed under: NFL | Tags: , , , , , , , |

THE PERFECT MATCH . . . Where else would an immature, entitlement minded, young gun quarterback unhappy in his current situation want to go?  In fact, where would such a quarterback be more than excited to go than to a team that hasn’t had stability from the quarterback position with a supportive head coach named . . . LOVIE?

It’s obvious . . . I don’t know why I didn’t think of it sooner.  The Chicago Bears have had a turbulent recent history with quarterbacks and Jay Cutler steps right in as their first Pro Bowl quarterback since 1985 when Super Bowl Champ Jim McMahon was shaking up Chi-town.

He’s already a hero to the fans and hasn’t stepped one foot onto Soldier Field.

DA Bears – and will we EVER stop calling them DA BEARS?  Over my dead polish sausage – gave up their first round (18th) pick and third round (84th) pick in the 2009 draft, plus another first rounder in 2010 and their latest starting QB, Kyle Orton for Jay Cutler and the Broncos’ fifth round pick this year.

Did GM Jerry Angelo overpay?

The Chicago Tribune quotes Brian Urlacher as saying, “They gave up a lot. Cutler must be pretty good.”

“I guess we got better as a team,” Urlacher added, “But I will say this: I think Kyle Orton is a good quarterback. He’s a great teammate. I hope he does really well in Denver.”

Therein lies the question . . . what type of teammate will Cutler be?  What kind of leader?

AND who the hell is Cutler going to throw to?

Chicago still has eight picks in this year’s draft, only missing out on the first round – and with Cutler in the fold, who wants to put additional first round money on the books anyway?  With picks to work with, Jerry Angelo and Lovie Smith have to land receivers to catch Cutler’s rockets. 

Crybaby Cutler has a confidence that’s shaken, and was looking for a warm, fuzzy, womb-like environment from his head coach to support his fragile ego.  He got just that in Lovie Smith who has a history of supporting HIS QUARTERBACK . . .

Shhhh, it’s okay . . . it’s all LOVIE now, Jay.  It’s all LOVIE . . .

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