Response to American Football Discussion 2009-09-14 08:51:21
At 9/14/09 07:51 AM, Fro wrote:At 9/13/09 09:44 PM, 36Holla wrote: Cutler needs to get his head out of his ass.Passing CP/AT YDS TD INT
J. Cutler 17/36 277 1 4
Passing CP/AT YDS TD INT
K. Orton 17/28 243 1 0
Granted Denver was playing a worst team and everything, but you do also have to recognize that Orton was playing with an injured throwing hand and they had noted that his accuracy was poor and to be honest you really don't know who's better than who and who's good or bad until teams get a couple of games under their belt.
But I'm pretty sure we all know Denver won by luck and that Cutler played very poorly. As a Denver fan though I hope this continues even though it probably won't. Denver just seems to get lucky when they play.
I've also realized how nasty the Philly Defense was and was surprised at the scores that Detroit and Cleveland put up as I thought they would lose worst. I was also surprised at how Sanchez moved in the pocket to look like he's been a pro for a couple of years now for the Jets.
WEll you also have to put into account that Kyle Orton was in a run first and try not to turn over the ball offense his whole career in Chicage. While Jay Cutler was always a gunslinger. Also Jay doesn't have the best receiving core I can actually make an argument saying this is the worst receiving core I have ever seen. I mean the player with the most reliable hands is Greg Olson the tight end and besides Devin Hester there really isn't a wide receiver on the Bears that scares anybody.
As for the Brown's score believe me the game was not even close if you watched it and the Browns scored a last minute touchdown after the game was already over.