The Trade Jay Cutler Speculation Has Begun

The swelling on Jay Cutler’s left knee hasn’t even come down yet and the “trade Jay Cutler” speculation has already begun.  Congrats to Politico on being the first site that I came across with this golden nugget:

GOOD TUESDAY MORNING – Bears QB Jay Cutler got roasted for coming out of the NFC Championship game. But it’s kinda tough to play with a sprained MCL. M.M. prediction: Cutler winds up in D.C. next year playing for his former coach Mike Shanahan.

Now you’ve got to consider the source.  Politico is a DC-based political blog, so what the heck do they know about football?

You also have to remember that the Redskins were thisclose to trading for Cutler back in ’09.  They’ve since picked up Jay’s former coach Mike Shanahan to run the show and also have a reputation of taking disenfranchised quarterbacks (read: Donovan McNabb).  Now all they need to do is convert DeAngelo Hall to wide receiver and they’re all set!

Like I said yesterday, it’s going to be a loooong offseason listening to this crap!

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  • deez

    I’m sure he meant it will be a QB swap between the teams. We’re gettting Rex Grossman back!

    Lovie: I’ve said it all along, Rex is our quarterback.

  • GoPack

    Even as a packer fan, I actually feel bad for the crap Cutler has been taking. Only in chi-town can a player have his best year as a pro, win a playoff game for the first time ever, and take his team to the NFC championship only to have fans burning his jersey and calling for his head. I watched Brett Favre singlehandedly lose playoff game after playoff game doing things so stupid it makes Cutler’s worst day look brilliant yet, when he was traded, fans bought another teams jersey that has his name on it.

  • brenda copley

    Jay Cutler sounds alot better, and i think would be really good for the redskins, he has alot of talent left, and besides, we just need to get rid of McNabb and Haynesworth
    an avid Redskins fan

  • WIndy Cynic

    The Bears gave up two #1′s and a #3 for Cutler, he’s not going anywhere.

    The man ran for his life each game. We have no idea how well he could play.

    If Jerry remains in control, his imperative is the offensive line. Everything else could survive a season with the talent on the roster, even corner. But if he drafts d lineman and linebackers, groundhog day will play on virtual loop.

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