I can't think of a bigger (fudge) up than this in recent memory. Perhaps Jay Cutler should be man enough to get over the clandestine trade that Josh McDaniel was trying to orchestrate this off season. But why was McDaniel, boy genius, trying to trade the best young QB in the NFL? The report now is that with their relationship irreconcilable, Denver will be attempting to trade Jay Cutler before the NFL Draft. This comes after weeks of the Broncos publicly stating that no trade would happen.
Way to break up the hottest QB to receiver combo in the NFL, Broncos. If I were Brandon Marshall, I would be seriously pissed off. Denver has spent the better part of a decade attempting to find a replacement for John Elway. They finally find one and then decide it's time to trade him immediately following his break out season.
Again, Cutler has not made things easy. But I'd be upset too after passing for a franchise record 4,526 yards, making the Pro Bowl, and pretty much leading Denver to it's 8 wins single handed in spite of a sieve-like defense. Why did McDaniel even try to trade him in the first place? The world may never know.