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    Hilarious, Cutler being called out for the whiny immature prima donna that he is
    Gene Wojciechowski: Quit crying, Denver Broncos QB Jay Cutler - ESPN

    [Will someone please give Jay Cutler his pacifier, hand him his favorite blankie and put him back in his crib for his afternoon nap? Because if he cries anymore about a trade that didn't happen, we'll have to check his Pampers.

    Cutler is the quarterback of the Denver Broncos. At least for now he is.

    Turns out the Broncos are/were shopping him. The three-way trade between the Broncos, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't reach critical mass, but names (Cutler to the Bucs, Matt Cassel to the Broncos) and numbers (first- and fourth-round draft picks to the Patriots) were discussed.

    But it didn't happen. Repeat: didn't happen. Instead, the Patriots traded Cassel and his franchise-tag salary to the Kansas City Chiefs. And Cutler is still a Bronco.

    But the mere thought of a possible trade upset Cutler so much that he went into full waaaa-waaaa-waaaa mode, wailing like an infant. Why are they being so mean to me? That sort of thing. "I'm upset," he told The Denver Post. "I mean, I'm really shocked at this point."
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    His reaction was justification enough as to why they wanted to trade him. The fact that he is trying to garner locker room support for his position makes it even worse. If he takes it much further one really needs to start questioning whether he qualifies as a locker room cancer.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    Sounds like he's doing his best Philip Rivers imitation.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    Cutler should be happy about this. Other teams want him and he would easily find a job. Denver should cut him, McDaniels now has to deal with his even bigger ego.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    Word was leaked out that he asked to be traded after one his confidant coach bolted to SD (I think). JM probably started thinking about Cassel right then. I would have.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    He deserves to be ripped. Did you hear his radio interview?

    Video Library - cbs4denver.com

    It was pathetic. The guy needs to grow up and understand that football is a BUSINESS. He needs to start acting professional.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    McDaniels probably wishes at this point his GM had offered their first for Cassel and Vrabel so they could help him clear out Cutler and the other undesirables in that lockerroom.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    This seems similar to the whole Bernie Kosar/BB situation in Cleveland.
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    he just looks like a putz. rivers and cutler are two peas in a pod. no wonder they don't like each other.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    I don't see the big deal. So Cutler is pissed that McDanials would want Matty over him. It works out for Josh because the whole team now realizes nobody is untouchable. Best case scenario for them is Cutler goes into training camp ready to prove his doubters in the organization wrong.
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    Re: OT ESPN Rips into Crybaby Jay Cutler

    Except that Kosar was way past his prime and a local hero whereas Cutler has a career losing record everywhere he's been and hasn't done squat in Denver
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    The Peter King tidbit came from someone in the Broncos office, which shows this is getting uglier by the minute.

    Good stuff.

    Love it.
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    This is not the best way for a new HC to make himself feel welcome by fans. Especially a coach replacing a legend in Denver.

    I just think it was handled badly.
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    The worst part of the handling was the timing - if JM really wanted Matt Cassel, why the heck did he wait several days to put it out there, in all likelihood knowing BB wanted to deal Cassel fast to free up cap room? I still wonder if Denver was ever really interested, or whether the Bucs and/or Lions were the driving force. Interesting that Cutler asked for a trade earlier on. He is a complete doofus - be careful what you ask for Jake. Why is the situation so bad there with him?
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    How is Cutler a crybaby? I don't blame him for being a little concerned about his job.
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    I do not get it either. But, I am not sure I recall hearing anything bad when Shanahan was there. I think Shanny loved the guy. Cutler was shocked he was fired.

    I have seen many Denver fans complaining about how McDaniels is trying to turn them into the Patriots when they are clearly not the Patriots lol.
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    I'm not surprised, it's just more lack of judgment and situational awareness from Josh McDaniels. By the way, if it wasn't already more clear I am ecstatic he's gone and think our chances of a championship just went up by a lot.
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    A HC whose objective is to make himself feel welcome by the fans is a loser.

    A HC's only responsibility is to build the best team possible and win the most games. If fans and media don't like it, so friggin' what?
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    No, the Patriots are perenial winners. Broncos are losers. Cutler isn't even a .500 QB

    I doubt the Denver fans are complaining that McDaniels is trying to get them into the playoffs. Not that it will work. McDaniels isn't that good a coach and the Broncos under Cutler are the choke artists of the decade. Even with the gift game from Hoculi, and with a three game lead in the division with three games to go, cutler & co managed to choke away the season.
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    Damn, Cutler is a loser. Grow the hell up, kid.

    P.S. He perpetually looks and acts stoned. I like that he compares himself to Peyton Manning, too. That part was good.
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    Trent Dilfer basically called him out too, and said if this makes somebody act like this, he doesn't have what it takes to be an NFL QB.
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    Yeah apparently the old QB coach left and went back to USC and he asked to be traded. What a *****.
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    When You look at Jay Cutler's Winning Percentage as a Staring Quarterback it's not hard to understand why some would not view Him as a Franchise Quarterback.Given his reaction his maturity can also be questioned.I think Josh Mcdaniel is on the right trak .Grow Up Jay Cutler !
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    I don't blame Cutler for feeling that way, but he made a big mistake by going public with it. This really put McDaniels in an awkward situation.
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    The very moment Cutler asked (demanded?) to be traded after one of his coaches left, McDaniels knew he had a starting QB who was not committed to the team, and would doubtless have a very difficult time having this kid learn the new offense, which, quite apart from being difficult because it's new, is difficult enough to learn on it's merits.

    As Tom Cullen in "The Stand" would say, "M-O-O-N...that spells trouble!"

    Josh McDaniels is a very young head coach out on his first gig, and he really doesn't need this frontal assault on his command and control of the organization he leads, but he has learned at the knee of the absolute master of organizational discipline. I'm sure he'll come out of this well.

    On the plus side, this problem, as it were, does come early on in his regime, which means if he is successful defusing and handling this, he will cement his position quite nicely, thank you.

    Jay Cutler is a strong-armed quarterback in search of a legacy his mental command of the game simply will not permit, which for him is simply not attainable, in my estimation. He is one of the worst on-field decision makers I have ever seen. As soon as the Red Zone comes in sight, invariably he loses it. He finds some way to botch things. Sure, they march up and down the field all day long, putting up great stats. But scoring? uh-huh...

    Admittedly, he went to a college not exactly renowned as a football factory, but for all his "extraordinary" talents, he could not lift that program up.

    Coming in to the NFL, he comes to a team that only a year or two previously was a serious threat to win it all, had a legendary coach, a Hall of Fame WR (who was in the twilight of his great career), and unlimited potential to finally strut his stuff in the Big Time. Hell, his legendary coach thought so much of him, he bad mouthed his starting QB to the sidelines so the kid could get an early start on his own Hall of Fame career.

    Didn't work out, tho....

    There are a lot of professional athletes out there who suffer from this prima-donna, bloated ego, Peter Pan syndrome of arrested development that only encourages the infantile thought processes that waft through their minds, much to their detriment. Some have the physical gifts enabling them to stay at that high level for a while (sometimes quite a while), while others quickly fade from the scene, like a shooting star that prompts a few "ooohs" and "aaahs", then is immediately forgotten.

    It remains to be seen where young Mr. Cutler will fit in the overall scheme of things.

    Regardless, I'm pretty sure the guy's days as a Bronco are numbered....
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