posted on Sep, 28 2016 @ 06:56 PM
NFL executives predict Jay Cutler's future
The clock is ticking on Jay Cutler's time in Chicago. The Bears can release the QB this offseason with minimal impact on their future cap. They
don't, however, have a ready-made replacement.
I disagree though with that last statement, I think Hoyer will do a fine job of replacing Cutler, he could not do worse than him and at a much less
I am not a Bears fan by any stretch of the imagination; last time I even rooted for them was when Walter was around. As I was watching my Cowboys
put a whooping on them this past week, I did come to a conclusion about the QB situation; Cutler is done.
I told my wife when I saw Hoyer come in and start to move the offense that he looked 10 times better than I ever thought Cutler did.
Fox won't guarantee Cutler gets QB job back
There is no guarantee that Jay Cutler will be the team's starting quarterback once he is medically cleared to return from a right thumb
Then I go to Espn and find out I wasn't the only one to notice, even Coach Fox said it, no guarantee when or if he gets better that Cutler will get
his spot back in the lineup and I bet you he will be traded ASAP, if anyone wants him, he might be a good fit for Cleveland if the Bears could get a
5th round pick in return at least, I think they pull the trigger on a trade.
Either way, Cutler and his ridiculous salary will not be there next year, especially if Hoyer keeps looking like he did Sunday night.