Yesterday was a sad, sad day in Broncos Country. Their Pro Bowl, seasoned, beloved quarterback officially said I'm through with Denver and Josh McDaniels—get me outta here NOW!
Sad, sad day...
After that, the obvious question became would Denver see his request through and ship him off to pass for 4,000 yards somewhere else? According to the hierarchy in Denver, that is a resounding NO.
But let's speculate, shall we? What trade could possibly get McDaniels and Pat Bowlen's mouths salivating enough to let go the huge fan favorite Jay Cutler...who by the way has had the highest jersey sales of any Bronco since halfway through his rookie season (bye bye money)...?
This is what I think...it's a bit crazy, but follow me
Bowlen must be steamed at his young quarterback, so why not send him to the career killer? DETROIT. They hold the first overall and 20th overall draft picks. But to be frank, I don't think the two of those are worth Cutler.
The only person I could see being added to those two picks that could get sent to Denver is Calvin Johnson, but his position is the one that Denver is set at. But the Bears have the worst WR core in the NFL. So Calvin Johnson to Chicago, Tommy Harris to Detroit, Tommy and the number one pickDenver, and Cutler and either Eddie Royal or 2nd round pick to Detroit.
Denver having now 2 top first round picks and adding a solid defensive vet to the all ready up turning Denver D could look pretty sweet to Joshy. Tommy Harris, D.J. Williams, Brian Dawkins and Champ Bailey on the same defense? Not to mention probibly picking up Arron Curry in the draft could make Denver the best D in the NFL. They would have to use one of their other drafts on a QB cause I don't see Chris Simms cutting it in Denver.
And as crazy as it may seem, I see Denver picking up Vick when he gets out of prison. They'll have the money, and with a supporting cast like that, if Vick is added, this could actually end up being good for Denver.
What do you think? Come on, I know everyone has some sort of trade shaking around in their heads, so let me know what you think Cutler is worth and how could Denver get rid of him.