Cutler Trade Options

I’m still not convinced that we would come out on the better end of the deal with a Jay Cutler trade. Sure, we could send him to Detroit for the #1 pick in the draft, but that requires a $33 million guaranteed to a rookie player. There’s been talk about the Browns wanting to deal Brady Quinn. Although Quinn is pretty to look at, I’d rather see Cutler behind center. I’d love to see a Cutler-Julius Peppers trade, but that leaves us on the opposite end of last year’s “all offense and no defense” scenario. Sending him to Arizona for Matt Leinart would make everyone want to jam a pencil in their eyeball. A move to Minnesota or Chicago would bring in Tarvaris Jackson or Kyle Orton which would be a huge down grade.

The only fair trade I can see is a Cutler for Tony Romo deal. Jerry Jones is always looking to grab the headlines, and this one would surely do it for him. Romo in a Denver uniform would be a dream come true after all this drama. I’m sure Dallas fans would love to see Jessica Simpson exit Dallas also. I know it won’t happen, but I can dream, right?

How do you think the Broncos should approach this trade situation?  

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    The new coach is clearly over his head and is a liar from a deceitful New England program. He needs an experienced, behind the scenes mentor or he needs to be removed quickly. He hires his inexperienced brother to spy for him, botches the Cutler and Leach situations and signs a couple of broken down running backs. It is time for Bowlen to cut his losses and get another coach with maturity and honest characteristics. The goodwill, reputation and credibility of the Broncos’ past thirty years is quickly being squandered by a rookie coach without the “here and now” skills needed to run the re-building of the Denver Broncos.

    It is your team Bowlen, get involved now or face the next few years of  public distain.


    bring in tony romo in to denver it will be the best thing for denver right now. so denver dont have to put up with cutler any more, cutler is nothing but a big cry baby

  • Brian

    I hope Denver doesn’t eff up the trade as they have in years past. (Our defense has been in the cellar for the last 3 years and who have we brought in to change that.) We need a pass rusher, but if he’s not Cutler’s caliber move on. A #1 pick like Matthew Stafford would be a reasonable trade. Cutler is a young pro-bowl QB and we should be getting the equivalent. If the Vikings are in the mix, they’d have to give up AP and something else for an equal trade. (AP’s a pro bowler, but he doesn’t run the offense.)
    Jay- if you’re reading this- pull up your sack, man up and get over it already. Where else are you going to step into this kind of offense with the great receivers Denver has and the great O-line. Do you really want to play for the Lions or the Jets?