March was Crazy for Bronco fans. The drama surrounding the franchise was tiring and upsetting. Who is to blame in this situation? Cutler or McDaniels? Answer: Both and then some.
This is a list that proves that the Jay Cutler vs. Josh McDaniels saga, dubbed McJayGate, wasn't just their fault. Many other people caused this situation, and not all are from within the organization.
So without anymore wait, let's get started.
Ahh...Where would we be today if Bernard Pollard never hit Tom Brady in Week One.
This caused the future to alter. Here is the ripple effect: Brady tears ACL, Matt Cassel takes over, Cassel has great season, McDaniels recognized for Cassel's success, McDaniels hired as head coach, Cassel franchised and put on trading block, Denver tries to trade for Cutler, and here we are.
What if the Trade doesn't go through? I bet that thought never crossed Josh McDaniels mind when he was trying to trade for Cassel. And if it did, I have to ask, Are you Crazy!?!
Cry Baby Cutler obviously was going to be upset. If one thing goes wrong he is going to get angry! McDaniels, your a QB's coach! You know that they are sensitive and fragile. Don't do this kind of stuff before you think!
Jay Cutler was a senior at a Nashville, Tennessee high school were he was treated like royalty as he lead his team to a 16-0 Championchip Record. He committed to Vandy, where he was the whole team and a four year captain.
He was then drafted be Mike Shanahan, who treated him like he was John Elway. He was always wanted utill Josh McDaniels came and said hey, you can be better.
So instead of realizing he wasn't the Big Man on Campus anymore, instead of proving himself to his new Coach, he sat down and cryed. Poor Baby! Want a Bottle? Grow up and get over it!
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Where did Jay Cutler get his sense of entitlement? Was it his 17-20 record? His Zero (0) Playoff appearances? Or was it that one of his teams hasn't had a winning record since High School?
No, no and finally, no! He got it from Bus Cook. Bus Cook is Jay Cutler's agent. He is the man behind this whole scandal. Cook made Cutler believe the quarterback was better then he actually was.
If he would have told Jay to settle down, it would all be fine. Instead, Cook was angry that Jay didn't get his extension, and told Jay to get out. He is at fault more than anyone except for one person.
Look at him, shades on, laid back, care free. This man calls himself an owner. If he were an owner, he would intervene and tell Jay something like, "Your our quarterback."
He would tell McDaniels to sit down with Cutler and say that he made a mistake. Instead, Mr. Bowlen sits back, does nothing, and lets it get to this.
What will come of all this drama...NOTHING! We have been watching this story day after day for nothing. At, this point, it looks like things are on track for making up. Josh wants Jay, Jay wants to be back, Denver will retain its Pro Bowl QB, and It will all be worked out.
So what do you think? This is my first article so if you got any pointers that would be great!