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Re: Big QB Question

Postby oscar15 » Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:13 pm

ok nightmare scenario

Bears score two quick rushing TD's and mix in a Def/ST score (rookie qb...questionable OL). Cutler is looking at 200 yards and 0-1 TD's...it could happen

Manning will be behind and throwing.

And hey...he is Peyton Manning!

I guess I'm not as sold on Cutler as everyone else.
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Re: Big QB Question

Postby mfbball04 » Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:15 pm

oscar15 wrote:ok nightmare scenario

Bears score two quick rushing TD's and mix in a Def/ST score (rookie qb...questionable OL). Cutler is looking at 200 yards and 0-1 TD's...it could happen

Manning will be behind and throwing.

And hey...he is Peyton Manning!

I guess I'm not as sold on Cutler as everyone else.

i hate you for jinxing me.. hahah hopefully this doesnt happen
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Re: Big QB Question

Postby FCNiner » Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:43 pm

Cutler safer bet by far.

I don't see the Bears blowing them out bad so early that Cutler is pretty much shutdown by halftime. I think it's probably a safe bet that they will get a pretty long TD pass to Marshall or Forte against that D.
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