Ah, the memories!
The glorious Jay Cutler era is over for the Chicago Bears. The Bears announced they are releasing our main man CUTTY! today.
This is a sad day for the Green Bay Packers and their fans.
Replacing Cuts McGuts will be former Tampa Bay backup Mike Glennon. He would be the guy that prompted Aaron Rodgers to suggest he should be paid more if Glennon got the contract being suggested. Glennon did.
When Mike Glennon signs with Bears, as expected, it will be a three-year, $45 million deal that includes $19 million guaranteed, per sources
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 9, 2017
That’s $15 million per season with $19 million guaranteed for a guy with this career stat line: 4,100 yards, 30 TDs, 15 INTs, 84.6 rating, 18 career starts.
Seems like a good idea!
Obviously, the Bears are making a change for the sake of making a change. That’s what you do when you’re pathetic.
Glennon is a classic pocket passer, so the Bears better hope they can improve that garbage offensive line of theirs, as well. Otherwise, it will be another long season in Chicago.
The Bears actually tried to trade CUTTY!, but found no takers, which is astonishing. Where might The Cutster continue to sew the seeds of greatness?
Maybe the Vikings could dump Sam Bradford and bring in our main man. What do you say, Queens?
Trade Hundley for a 2 or 3 and sign Jay on the cheap as an experienced backup.
Cutler won’t do that, he would rather retire.
Cutler will probably end up back in Denver, Romo will likely sign with Houston. I doubt Cutler will play for a rebuilding team like the Jets or Niners.