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Did the Chicago Bears Make the Right Call?

CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 14:  Jay Cutler #6 of the Denver Broncos walks off the field after the Carolina Panthers defeated them 30-10 during their game at Bank of America Stadium on December 14, 2008 in Charlotte, North Carolina  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Eric DormanAnalyst IJune 7, 2016

The Chicago Bears pulled off quite an upset Thursday afternoon getting Jay Cutler from the Broncos. The Redskins were in pursue of Cutler, but now that the Bears made a deal with the Broncos, is there anything the 'Skins could do in trying to persuade the Bears to trade Cutler to the 'Skins?

Bears have always been a team of defense,but the bears have needed a good system quarterback for while now, and I think they have found that in Jay Cutler.

Cutler even said himself that he would like to go to the Bears.

By receiving Kyle Orton did the Broncos get a good deal by trading Cutler? Well, my opinion on that is yes. The Broncos have a system that Orton will fall great into. Orton will have a new playbook and team to get used to, but I think he will be quite an asset to them.

The only thing that makes me a little concerned about Cutler is that he might not get along with Bears Offensive Coordinator Ron Tuner.

Coming out of high school Cutler thought he had a scholarship to the University of Illinois, where Turner was the head coach. Cutler said Turner pulled the scholarship after he was already in the recruiting process.Resulting in him going to Vanderbilt.

The bears were Cutlers favorite team while he was growing up in Santa Claus, IN.

So will this in fact be a good fit for Cutler and the Bears? We will have to find out.

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