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Please... read thios article by espn... and after point out what is wrong with it.. this guy deserves to be fired.... if you are a true jet fan.... you wil pick up on whats so seriously wrong about this article..


Will the Jets wilt to the pressure?

March 22, 2009, 9:24 PM

cutler200x300.jpg AP Photo/David Zalubowski

When Jay Cutler enterered the draft in 2003, Mike Tannenbaum had two swings at him, but he failed to connect -- his choice -- either time. Dewayne Roberterson was Tannenbaum's choice with the fourth pick and then he tried to trade up to No. 9 to draft ... Matt Leinart.

So, now, why would Tannenbaum's view have changed? Rex Ryan would seem to like Cutler's arm to cut through the Meadowlands' winds, but not his gunslinger attitude. Ryan seems to want a quarterback that will serve as the leader of a four-corners offense until his defense can return to the field.

Now, though, there is pressure by some for the Jets to go hard after Cutler. The price will reportedly be steep -- first, second, a quarterback and another player. The Jets don't seem to have the desire to do that; nor do they seem to have a desparate feeling they need a quarterback.

They seem to think that Brett Ratcliff is the next Tom Brady or that Kellen Clemens is another Joe Flacco.

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I don't remember the Jets trying to trade up to 9 for Leinart. I was watching the draft that year and I was on the site. I also have a hard time believe this mongoloid is smart enough to have any information let alone inside information.

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Solid article with just 1 or 2 minor gaffes. Why the big deal?

you dont get it? this writer who probaly makes a six figure salary claims he knows the jets are not interested in cutler... but does doesnt know what year cutler was drafted and who the jets took instead of him?

Look if this was one you guys..we would abuse u..but this is a writer that works for espn!

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you dont get it? this writer who probaly makes a six figure salary claims he knows the jets are not interested in cutler... but does doesnt know what year cutler was drafted and who the jets took instead of him?

Look if this was one you guys..we would abuse u..but this is a writer that works for espn!

While yes, it makes for a horrendous article I don't see how him not knowing when Cutler was drafted has anything to do with whether he does or doesn't know that the Jets are interested in him.

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first of all hes says cutler was drafted in 2003... wrong

says we took robertson instead of him. but really was dbrick...

unreal this guy gets paid so much oney to write for espn and doesnt even know what he is talking about but he knows there not interested in cutler LOL

It wasn't Tanny doing the picking either , It was Wrongway Bradway. :P

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Please... read thios article by espn... and after point out what is wrong with it.. this guy deserves to be fired.... if you are a true jet fan.... you wil pick up on whats so seriously wrong about this article..

Will the Jets wilt to the pressure?

March 22, 2009, 9:24 PM

cutler200x300.jpg AP Photo/David Zalubowski

When Jay Cutler enterered the draft in 2003, Mike Tannenbaum had two swings at him, but he failed to connect -- his choice -- either time. Dewayne Roberterson was Tannenbaum's choice with the fourth pick and then he tried to trade up to No. 9 to draft ... Matt Leinart.

So, now, why would Tannenbaum's view have changed? Rex Ryan would seem to like Cutler's arm to cut through the Meadowlands' winds, but not his gunslinger attitude. Ryan seems to want a quarterback that will serve as the leader of a four-corners offense until his defense can return to the field.

Now, though, there is pressure by some for the Jets to go hard after Cutler. The price will reportedly be steep -- first, second, a quarterback and another player. The Jets don't seem to have the desire to do that; nor do they seem to have a desparate feeling they need a quarterback.

They seem to think that Brett Ratcliff is the next Tom Brady or that Kellen Clemens is another Joe Flacco.

GreenJets & Ham is writing for ESPN now?

:akf:

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While yes, it makes for a horrendous article I don't see how him not knowing when Cutler was drafted has anything to do with whether he does or doesn't know that the Jets are interested in him.

its a credibility issue alk. hard to take much stock in a guy who doesn't come close to gettin the facts straight

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you dont get it? this writer who probaly makes a six figure salary claims he knows the jets are not interested in cutler... but does doesnt know what year cutler was drafted and who the jets took instead of him?

Look if this was one you guys..we would abuse u..but this is a writer that works for espn!

QFT. IMHO, anybody (Jet fan or Jet hater) should be insulted that somebody like this gets paid to talk about football when most people on here (again, Jet fans and Jet haters) could talk football, give their opinions, and at least do their homework.

Opinions are one thing (everybody has an opinion) but if you're going to write an article, at least do your homework on how the team got to this point.

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its a credibility issue alk. hard to take much stock in a guy who doesn't come close to gettin the facts straight

Since when have any of these clowns had their facts straight. Even so, every one of them seem to find a nut from time to time.

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While yes, it makes for a horrendous article I don't see how him not knowing when Cutler was drafted has anything to do with whether he does or doesn't know that the Jets are interested in him.

It kinda goes to his

credibility. I don't know how even YOU could miss that. :P

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Even if you get past the inexcusable errors in the article (it was 2006, and we took Ferguson #4 that year), what's the point? ("So, now, why would Tannenbaum's view have changed?").

What has changed is that it is now known that a high-risk pick in Jay Cutler from the great NFL QB factory that is Vanderbilt, is not a bust. Beyond not being a bust, he also does not need to go through a rookie's learning curve for the first few seasons (particularly a QB's rookie season).

I would expect every team to get a similar write-up for every FA that they acquired after passing over that player in the NFL draft.

- Hey, if the Patriots wanted Randy Moss so badly, why on earth didn't they draft him instead of Robert Edwards?

- That same year, why were the Pats suddenly willing to trade 2nd & 7th round draft picks to division rival Miami for undrafted Wes Welker instead of burning a 2004 7th round pick on the great Christian Morton who they cut before the season started?

- If the Saints wanted Jeremy Shockey, why didn't they just draft him instead of Donte Stallworth? Why would they suddenly want to give up a 2nd and 5th round draft picks for years later?

- If the Redskins wanted Clinton Portis, in 2002 why didn't they just trade up 5 spots from late in round two & draft him instead of settling on Ladell Betts & then having to surrender Champ Bailey to get Portis 2 years later?

- If Seattle wanted Deion Branch, why would they have suddenly traded a 1st round pick for him after opting for Anton Palepoi in round 2 of the 2002 draft?

- If Green Bay wanted Brett Favre, why didn't they just draft him when they had the chance instead of trading a 1st round pick away a year later before he started a single game? Makes no sense.

With this logic, it's inexcusable for any team to acquire any players through trade.

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Even if you get past the inexcusable errors in the article (it was 2006, and we took Ferguson #4 that year), what's the point? ("So, now, why would Tannenbaum's view have changed?").

What has changed is that it is now known that a high-risk pick in Jay Cutler from the great NFL QB factory that is Vanderbilt, is not a bust. Beyond not being a bust, he also does not need to go through a rookie's learning curve for the first few seasons (particularly a QB's rookie season).

I would expect every team to get a similar write-up for every FA that they acquired after passing over that player in the NFL draft.

- Hey, if the Patriots wanted Randy Moss so badly, why on earth didn't they draft him instead of Robert Edwards?

- That same year, why were the Pats suddenly willing to trade 2nd & 7th round draft picks to division rival Miami for undrafted Wes Welker instead of burning a 2004 7th round pick on the great Christian Morton who they cut before the season started?

- If the Saints wanted Jeremy Shockey, why didn't they just draft him instead of Donte Stallworth? Why would they suddenly want to give up a 2nd and 5th round draft picks for years later?

- If the Redskins wanted Clinton Portis, in 2002 why didn't they just trade up 5 spots from late in round two & draft him instead of settling on Ladell Betts & then having to surrender Champ Bailey to get Portis 2 years later?

- If Seattle wanted Deion Branch, why would they have suddenly traded a 1st round pick for him after opting for Anton Palepoi in round 2 of the 2002 draft?

- If Green Bay wanted Brett Favre, why didn't they just draft him when they had the chance instead of trading a 1st round pick away a year later before he started a single game? Makes no sense.

With this logic, it's inexcusable for any team to acquire any players through trade.

Nice logical post ! As usual. ;)

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