Fine, but for two years, what's the opportunity cost for carrying Cutler and his expected HUGE cap number on your roster?Well, I assume if Cutler is NFL ready in two years, there's a good chance Plummer will be gone. Denver has always been very clever in manipulating their cap number (too clever at times). I'm sure they've taken it into consideration.Maybe, but that puts the cap in a vacuum.Plummer's got four more seasons left on that 7 yr/$40 million deal. Can they afford to carry two high cap numbers at the same position when they were so up against the cap in the first place heading into this offseason?Or, maybe, they had Cutler pegged as the top QB of this draft class. Maybe, they felt he was worthy of a top 5 pick, and simply couldn't pass up the opportunity to trade up and grab him when he slipped out of the top 10.Must be really confident in him to move up to the #11 and pay Cutler early first round money to hold a clipboard.You're funny!Our QB beat your QB in the AFC playoffs.... remember?Clearly, the team whose QB has never played one snap in the NFL is a much more sure thing than the team with a QB who's won 3 rings and led the league in passing yards last year. I'll take the team with the rookie RB/WR combo than the rookie QB who played for a losing college team.
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