New York Jets

Message to New York Jets: How Can You NOT Go after Jay Cutler?

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 30:  Jay Cutler #6 of the Denver Broncos celebrates his teams second touchdown against the New York Jets on November 30, 2008 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
beezo philipsContributor IMarch 20, 2009

The New York Jets have not even been in a Super Bowl since Joe Namath guaranteed victory in Super Bowl III.  That is a long drought for gang green!  They now have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to steal a healthy, all-world quarterback too young to even be considered in his prime! 

Are you kidding me? 

I have been reading article after article reporting that the Jets should not go after Cutler.  This is the type of small-minded thinking that has kept them out of the Super Bowl all of these years. 

The J-E-T-S have absolutely nothing to lose by going hard after him.  Rex Ryan only cares about defense.  Can you imagine the Jets bring in a quarterback good enough to make plays despite a head coach who could care less about offense?  Rex's defense and an incredible quarterback equals serious-contender status immediately! 

Or we could just stick with Kellen Clemens because we shouldn't risk our future going after Cutler. 

Wake up!  Wake up!  Our future is now Jet Nation! 

Please go out and turn this team into a real contender instead of another seven- to nine-win pretender. 

One more time...we have nothing to lose, remember, Super Bowl III was our last appearance!  Time for a paradigm shift!

 

The Beez

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