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    Jay Cutler

    I like the fact that his stock is rising, this can only help the Rams get a better player, that fits our needs. We have no need for a QB, keep thw hipe on Cutler, make him a top 10 pick.


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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Look at his stats.

    They aren't that good. I don't know why everyone is hyping him so much.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    He is an outstanding prospect in my opinion, i watched him play three times and he looked terrific. vanderbilt is not exactly talent central, he shredded the florida defense, they just couldnt stop him. i bet the lions take him at #9. I hope i am wrong because i agree completely we dont need him and maybe someone will want to trade up to get him into our spot.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    GC they are saying he plays alot like Favre and his arm is strong. I have not seen him play.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Great leadership ability. he may be the first college qb in history to be a #1 pick without 10 career wins. vanderbilt is usually good for 1 or no wins in conference play. of course, every kid on that team can read which is a lot more important. terrific academic institution.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Quote Originally Posted by da playa
    Look at his stats.

    They aren't that good. I don't know why everyone is hyping him so much.
    Ken Dorsey had great stats. Why wasn't he a top pick when he came out?

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    I've seen nearly every game of Cutler's career and I love the kid. He has a cannon. Without him, Vanderbilt would have been so much worse. I personally think that he's the best QB in the draft. He has good mobility and a far better arm than Young or Leinart. He's a guy that I think many will wonder, in a few years, how he fell past the first 5 picks.
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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Check out what they are saying about him in the Senior Bowl coverage.

    His performance's suggest that when he's surrounded with better talent than he had at Vanderbilt he'll be a good one.

    I think this is why people are projecting he's going to bull into the 1st round and maybe even top 10.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Jets audible: Eye Vandy QB Cutler in draft
    Friday, January 27, 2006
    BY DAVE HUTCHINSON
    Star-Ledger Staff

    In an apparent philosophical shift, the Jets are seriously considering drafting Vanderbilt quarterback Jay Cutler in the first round of the April draft should they trade down from the fourth pick overall, according to someone with knowledge of the team's thinking.

    With the hiring of new coach Eric Mangini, the Jets now seem willing to select a quarterback in the first round and groom him for the long term. Under former coach Herman Edwards, the Jets were believed to be planning to address other needs with their first-round pick and sign a veteran quarterback to compete with Chad Pennington in training camp.

    Pennington, 29, had his second rotator cuff surgery in an eight-month span last October and his career is in jeopardy.

    Meanwhile, the Jets continue their search for an offensive coordinator, with Saints offensive coordinator Mike Sheppard, former Browns head coach and Texans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer and perhaps Eagles quarterback coach Pat Shurmur said to be on their list of candidates.

    Tony Wise remains the front-runner to replace offensive line coach Doug Marrone, who wants out of his contract, which has a year remaining.

    At the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., several Jets team representatives and scouts, including general manager Terry Bradway, had a lengthy dinner with Cutler on Wednesday night. The Dolphins also have shown interest in Cutler.

    In addition to Cutler, the Jets have shown considerable interest in offensive tackles D'Brickashaw Ferguson (Virginia) and Eric Winston (Miami).

    If the Jets keep the fourth pick overall, they likely would take Ferguson, who is considered a franchise left tackle. If they trade down, they would try to select Cutler in the 10-to-15-pick range and pick up an offensive tackle such as Winston later in the first round.

    On many early draft boards, Cutler is ranked as the third best quarterback behind Matt Leinart (USC) and Vince Young (Texas).

    Cutler, 6-3, 223 pounds, was a one-man band for Vandy this season. He threw for 3,073 yards, 21 touchdowns and just nine interceptions while leading the Commodores to a 5-6 mark in the competitive Southeastern Conference. He has good mobility, rushing for 215 yards.

    Most teams view Cutler as a player who'll need at least a year on the bench behind a veteran. He has good arm strength, smarts, toughness and a strong work ethic, according to reports.
    Hmm, I see an interesting set of developments here.

    1) Jets willing to trade into the 10-15 range.
    2) Rams trade up to fourth overall and take AJ Hawk.
    3) GC doesn't sleep for 72 hours due to excessive celebration.
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    Re: Jay Cutler

    I really, really don't want to move up unless it means giving up picks in some other draft.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    AJ Hawk is the only guy i would move up for, if it does not cost too much in picks.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Nick, what did we give up to go from 11 to 4 to acquire The Head of the Hawk? Call me crazy, but if i gave up a #4 this year and a #2 in 2007 is that too much? If the hawk is truly the impact linebacker that many believe that he can be (me included), i think he is worth it.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel
    Nick, what did we give up to go from 11 to 4 to acquire The Head of the Hawk?
    No clue, I was just speculating. Though I think it would take more than a pick next year. If I had to guess, I think it would very easily require our first, another day one pick, and a day one pick the following year.
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    Re: Jay Cutler

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    Hmm, I see an interesting set of developments here.

    1) Jets willing to trade into the 10-15 range.
    2) Rams trade up to fourth overall and take AJ Hawk.
    3) GC doesn't sleep for 72 hours due to excessive celebration.
    I like the cut of your jib.

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    Re: Jay Cutler

    That would be too much considering how many good players are available in this draft.

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