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#5. Jay Cutler has faced the Packers as a starting quarterback 13 times and thrown an interception in 11 of the games… and multiple interceptions in seven. He has as many wins (2) as he does four-interception games (2).

#4. In 11 seasons, Cutler’s average fantasy ranking is 20th among quarterbacks. He’s never finished one season in the top 10 as a member of the Chicago Bears, did it once in his career.

#3. Cutler ranks 28th in NFL history with 89 career fumbles. That is more than Walter Payton and he had over 3,800 career carries.

#2. Since joining Chicago, Cutler has never been in the top 10 in the NFL for passing yards in a season. (13th, 17th, 25th, 24th, 23rd, 13th, 19th and 36th)

#1. The only active quarterbacks that have a worst touchdown-to-interception ratio: (backup) Ryan Fitzpatrick, (backup) Derek Anderson, and (third-string) Mark Sanchez.

NOTE: Cutler was the highest paid quarterback in the NFL in 2014.

http://sportsmockery.com/2017/01/five-horrible-statistics-jay-cutler-haters-will-love/

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Absolutely woeful. Combined with the petulant, passive aggressive attitude, can you believe the stupid Bears stuck with this guy for 8 years and gave him 126 mil?

Even now they hedge about his future. I know it's inconceivable, but like stink fungus, he might be back again next year...

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Those are amazingly bad stats.

Never die easy....

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY billwade

Absolutely woeful. Combined with the petulant, passive aggressive attitude, can you believe the stupid Bears stuck with this guy for 8 years and gave him 126 mil?

Even now they hedge about his future. I know it's inconceivable, but like stink fungus, he might be back again next year...

The only reason we have seen him for this long is because of the horrid history the Bears have at the QB position.  Coaching changes gave him and his apologists excuses for his play.  Maybe if Smith and Angelo didn't freak out and fire Turner, and bring in Martz, maybe things would be different.  But they did and then the revolving door at the OC... but Cutler even with a good OC and "good stats" really can't help Chicago win... and before people come up with the "bad defense and they will lose" nonsense, Aaron Rodgers took the Packers to 15-1 with a defense that was ranked 19th in points and 32nd in yards, they were flat out awful and he still helped his team to 15-1.... Cutler with a good defense could barely get his team to the playoffs... so it's time to get over all the potential and arm talent, the guy is just not a winner and never will be and he played his absolute worse against the Packers, always.

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At the same time Cutler still holds 8 major statistical categories in which he is the Bears’ career franchise leader and they weren't all set by Sid Luckman........ Cutler set the team’s new record for TD passes passing Sid Luckman,  but he is also the Bears record holder in passer rating (84.7), completions (1,783), attempts (2,898), yards (20,512), passing yards per game (230.5), completion percentage (.615), and 300-yard games (15).

 

So we can cry all we want pointing out every bad stat we can find on Jay, but the fact still remains he is likely the best damn QB to ever play for the Bears.  Hate him, love him, make of it what you will.  

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I definitely agree, Papa, but I think that's more of a sad stat than it is a good stat for Cutler.  And backs what I was saying about the only reason ownership locked him up... he broke records that had been on the books for 80 years... but what can you expect when this is the same organization that gave up a first round pick for Rick Mirer, after he had underachieved in the league for four years prior... It's the Bears, defense and running game... that's the label, but that doesn't work in this generation of football and so hopefully soon we'll see a QB who can break the Cutler records... someday, right, someday.... crying

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY BamaBear09

I definitely agree, Papa, but I think that's more of a sad stat than it is a good stat for Cutler.  And backs what I was saying about the only reason ownership locked him up... he broke records that had been on the books for 80 years... but what can you expect when this is the same organization that gave up a first round pick for Rick Mirer, after he had underachieved in the league for four years prior... It's the Bears, defense and running game... that's the label, but that doesn't work in this generation of football and so hopefully soon we'll see a QB who can break the Cutler records... someday, right, someday.... crying

To be fair not all of those records are 80 years old.  I don't hate Jay Cutler, and while I've been ready to move on or at least prepare to move on from Jay for a couple years now, I think Jay has been the brunt of way too much hate during his time here.  Jay Cutler is in my mind an opportunity the Bears were not able to take advantage of who is by many the scapegoat for the franchises failures and shortcomings over the last few years.

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY PapaBear.OR

 

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY BamaBear09

I definitely agree, Papa, but I think that's more of a sad stat than it is a good stat for Cutler.  And backs what I was saying about the only reason ownership locked him up... he broke records that had been on the books for 80 years... but what can you expect when this is the same organization that gave up a first round pick for Rick Mirer, after he had underachieved in the league for four years prior... It's the Bears, defense and running game... that's the label, but that doesn't work in this generation of football and so hopefully soon we'll see a QB who can break the Cutler records... someday, right, someday.... crying

To be fair not all of those records are 80 years old.  I don't hate Jay Cutler, and while I've been ready to move on or at least prepare to move on from Jay for a couple years now, I think Jay has been the brunt of way too much hate during his time here.  Jay Cutler is in my mind an opportunity the Bears were not able to take advantage of who is by many the scapegoat for the franchises failures and shortcomings over the last few years.

I do own a Cutler jersey and I, too, was able to look past things because of the coaching and such for a period, but my patience has worn through after the last few years.  I still think they canned Turner too quickly, if he could drag the 1995 season our of Erik Kramer, I think he could have gotten more out of Cutler, but even with coaching Cutler seems to find a way to sabotage himself, too much gunslinger, I spose.

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The jaynatics, as opposed to the jay deniers, who always seem to support jay but refuse to admit it because they recognize the inherent absurdity, always offer up pro-jay stats that are largely based on longevity rather than actual production. If Craig Krenzel had been the starting QB for 8 long and painful years, he would likely own all the records jay currently holds. 

To anyone looking at it analytically, jay has been an utter failure by any reasonable measure. His "success" is predicated more on the failure of the Bears at the position rather than his own performance. As much as I like PR as a relative measure of skill, it does have its limitations. Comparing jay's PR to Jim McMahon's for example, is very misleading. The game has changed, and compared to his contemporaries, jay's PR is mediocre at best. It would be like saying Ryan Fitzpatrick is better than Joe Namath because his PR is higher. 

If you look at the original stats I provided, which really are indicative of jay's disastrous time with the Bears, they are woeful.

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I knew that would get your attention Bill.  :)

.............but, Krenzel?  Really?  SMH  

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