Fanning the Cutler Flames

Kevin Seifert thinks the Vikings should take advantage of Jay Cutler‘s anger at the Denver Broncos in the wake of Denver’s attempts to trade him for Matt Cassel:

Denver quarterback Jay Cutler isn’t a free agent, and it’s hard to believe the Broncos will part ways with him when they don’t have another option at the position. But even after acquiring Sage Rosenfels from Houston, the Vikings should do everything in their power to find out if they can pry Cutler away from Denver. He’s proven he can run a West Coast offense and would be dynamic in an offense that includes tailback Adrian Peterson and receiver Bernard Berrian.

Cutler’s feelings were so hurt by the Broncos’ machinations that he is reportedly not speaking to them.  Funny thing though:  According to Peter King, the idea of trading Cutler was already brought up earlier this off-season…by Cutler himself.  King says Cutler was upset about offensive coordinator Jim Bates being allowed to leave for USC.  Is it just me or has Jay Cutler officially taken over for Brett Favre as the NFL‘s #1 quarterback drama queen?  And is it merely a coincidence that Bus Cook happens to represent both Cutler and Favre?

How’s this for a wild conspiracy theory?  Brett Favre knows he can’t play anymore because of his bad arm, and therefore will not be able to join the Vikings and exact revenge on the Packers as he desires.  So, he gets his hooks into Cutler via their mutual relationship with Cook, and starts some kind of crazy Svengali routine with the aim of getting Cutler traded to the Vikings…so Cutler can then beat the hell out of the Packers on Favre’s behalf.  Revenge by proxy!

Okay, I admit…the Houshmandzadeh stuff has made me loopy.

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Tags: Adrian Peterson Bernard Berrian Brett Favre Bus Cook Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers Jay Cutler Jim Bates Kevin Seifer Matt Cassel Minnesota Vikings Peter King Sage Rosenfels T.j. Houshmandzadeh Usc Trojans

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