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The Jets have held only two quarterbacks -- Ryan Fitzpatrick and Marc Bulger -- under 243 yards this season.

Kris Jenkins & Co. shut down opposing running games, but their pass defense is ranked just 26th in the league.

Jay Cutler owners should stick with their stud quarterback and reap the rewards of a sub-standard pass defense and Cutler's desire to bounce back.

I'm looking for Cutler to carry my team into the playoffs this week!

 
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The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge numbers against the Jets whenever the Jets get ahead big. Mangini curls into a turtle shell, stops blitzing, and switches to a prevent defense way too prematurely. This allows opposing QBs to go up and down the field with drives that look like, "9 of 10, 69 yards, TD," "7 of 9, 63 yards, FG," etc.

Just a few examples:

Miami, Week 1:

We jump out to a big lead.

In the 4th quarter, with a two score lead (then a one score lead), Mangini opted to run the ball twice on 3rd downs. A first down on either of those drives could have been the nail in the coffin (the second one WOULD have been), yet Mangini runs the ball on 3rd and 7 while his QB was 15-22 on the day (68%) and had completed all 7 of his previous passes.

That wasn't the worst of it though:

Chad Pennington had 84 yards passing through 3 full quarters that day! 84 yards in 3 quarters!!!! Why? Because we blitzed the ever-living ##### out of him every single time he dropped back to pass and we all know how Chad folds under pressure. He couldn't do anything, their line couldn't block us, and their offense was stuck in neutral.

The 4th quarter comes around, we have a two score lead, MANGINI DID NOT CALL A SINGLE BLITZ the entire 4th quarter and switched to a 3-man rush, prevent defense. What happens? Chad throws for 167 yards in the 4th quarter alone, 2 TDs, and we need a last second interception by Revis to cover our *ss.

That game should have never become close. Mangini and his conservative nature called off the dogs on defense and switched to a prevent defense for NO REASON and almost gift-wrapped the game for Chad and Miami.

Against our 3 quarter assault, Chad had 84 passing yards and 0 TDs. Against our stupid prevent defense, he finished the game with 250+ yards passing and 2 TDs.

Arizona, Week 4

I won't go into as much detail here but the same thing happened. We sent the kitchen sink at Kurt Warner and forced him into 4 individual 1st half turnovers and SHUT OUT the highest scoring team in football for the entire first half.

In the 2nd half, Mangini calls off the dogs, doesn't blitz at all, Warner finishes the day with 472 passing yards and they score 35 2nd half points forcing us to score a TD on our last 4th quarter drive to seal a game where we got out to a 34-0 lead.

Patriots, Week 11

Do you know where I'm going with this? We controlled the game in the first half, jumped out to a 24-6 lead and mid-way through the 2nd quarter ... the 2nd QUARTER,Mangini begins with the 3-man pass rush, no pressure defense.

Matt Cassell carves us up for 400 yards and 3 TDs ... a blowout game makes it into overtime and we escape with a lucky win we maybe didn't deserve.

Titans, Week 12

On the Titans' first 5 drives, Kerry Collins was 3-13, 22 yards. That is abysmal. However, the Jets opened up a lead and Mangini switched to a prevent defense on the Titans' last drive before the half (about 4 minutes left or so) and Collins finally began to get in a little rhythm going 4-8 for 32 yards.

So in summary, when the game was close - Collins was 3-13 for 22 yards

First time we switched to a prevent defense - Collins was 4-8 for 32 yards

2nd half when we played soft, prevent throughout - Collins was 14-18 for 189 yards and a TD.

In summary

The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.

If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.

 
The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge ......If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.
Good stuff. Thx.
 
I am starting Cutler over Warner and here are my reasons:

Jets are 6th Eagles are 25th in FF points allowed to QBs

Warner going from West Coast to East coast (Bad) Short Week (Really Bad)

Warner on short week after getting beat up badly by the giants in the 2nd half

 
The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge numbers against the Jets whenever the Jets get ahead big. Mangini curls into a turtle shell, stops blitzing, and switches to a prevent defense way too prematurely. This allows opposing QBs to go up and down the field with drives that look like, "9 of 10, 69 yards, TD," "7 of 9, 63 yards, FG," etc.

Just a few examples:

Miami, Week 1:

We jump out to a big lead.

In the 4th quarter, with a two score lead (then a one score lead), Mangini opted to run the ball twice on 3rd downs. A first down on either of those drives could have been the nail in the coffin (the second one WOULD have been), yet Mangini runs the ball on 3rd and 7 while his QB was 15-22 on the day (68%) and had completed all 7 of his previous passes.

That wasn't the worst of it though:

Chad Pennington had 84 yards passing through 3 full quarters that day! 84 yards in 3 quarters!!!! Why? Because we blitzed the ever-living ##### out of him every single time he dropped back to pass and we all know how Chad folds under pressure. He couldn't do anything, their line couldn't block us, and their offense was stuck in neutral.

The 4th quarter comes around, we have a two score lead, MANGINI DID NOT CALL A SINGLE BLITZ the entire 4th quarter and switched to a 3-man rush, prevent defense. What happens? Chad throws for 167 yards in the 4th quarter alone, 2 TDs, and we need a last second interception by Revis to cover our *ss.

That game should have never become close. Mangini and his conservative nature called off the dogs on defense and switched to a prevent defense for NO REASON and almost gift-wrapped the game for Chad and Miami.

Against our 3 quarter assault, Chad had 84 passing yards and 0 TDs. Against our stupid prevent defense, he finished the game with 250+ yards passing and 2 TDs.

Arizona, Week 4

I won't go into as much detail here but the same thing happened. We sent the kitchen sink at Kurt Warner and forced him into 4 individual 1st half turnovers and SHUT OUT the highest scoring team in football for the entire first half.

In the 2nd half, Mangini calls off the dogs, doesn't blitz at all, Warner finishes the day with 472 passing yards and they score 35 2nd half points forcing us to score a TD on our last 4th quarter drive to seal a game where we got out to a 34-0 lead.

Patriots, Week 11

Do you know where I'm going with this? We controlled the game in the first half, jumped out to a 24-6 lead and mid-way through the 2nd quarter ... the 2nd QUARTER,Mangini begins with the 3-man pass rush, no pressure defense.

Matt Cassell carves us up for 400 yards and 3 TDs ... a blowout game makes it into overtime and we escape with a lucky win we maybe didn't deserve.

Titans, Week 12

On the Titans' first 5 drives, Kerry Collins was 3-13, 22 yards. That is abysmal. However, the Jets opened up a lead and Mangini switched to a prevent defense on the Titans' last drive before the half (about 4 minutes left or so) and Collins finally began to get in a little rhythm going 4-8 for 32 yards.

So in summary, when the game was close - Collins was 3-13 for 22 yards

First time we switched to a prevent defense - Collins was 4-8 for 32 yards

2nd half when we played soft, prevent throughout - Collins was 14-18 for 189 yards and a TD.

In summary

The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.

If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.
:hophead:
 
The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.
The Jets have a decent pass rush....a horrible pass defense.Stop the pass rush and you can pass all day on the Jets

 
The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge numbers against the Jets whenever the Jets get ahead big. Mangini curls into a turtle shell, stops blitzing, and switches to a prevent defense way too prematurely. This allows opposing QBs to go up and down the field with drives that look like, "9 of 10, 69 yards, TD," "7 of 9, 63 yards, FG," etc.

Just a few examples:

Miami, Week 1:

We jump out to a big lead.

In the 4th quarter, with a two score lead (then a one score lead), Mangini opted to run the ball twice on 3rd downs. A first down on either of those drives could have been the nail in the coffin (the second one WOULD have been), yet Mangini runs the ball on 3rd and 7 while his QB was 15-22 on the day (68%) and had completed all 7 of his previous passes.

That wasn't the worst of it though:

Chad Pennington had 84 yards passing through 3 full quarters that day! 84 yards in 3 quarters!!!! Why? Because we blitzed the ever-living ##### out of him every single time he dropped back to pass and we all know how Chad folds under pressure. He couldn't do anything, their line couldn't block us, and their offense was stuck in neutral.

The 4th quarter comes around, we have a two score lead, MANGINI DID NOT CALL A SINGLE BLITZ the entire 4th quarter and switched to a 3-man rush, prevent defense. What happens? Chad throws for 167 yards in the 4th quarter alone, 2 TDs, and we need a last second interception by Revis to cover our *ss.

That game should have never become close. Mangini and his conservative nature called off the dogs on defense and switched to a prevent defense for NO REASON and almost gift-wrapped the game for Chad and Miami.

Against our 3 quarter assault, Chad had 84 passing yards and 0 TDs. Against our stupid prevent defense, he finished the game with 250+ yards passing and 2 TDs.

Arizona, Week 4

I won't go into as much detail here but the same thing happened. We sent the kitchen sink at Kurt Warner and forced him into 4 individual 1st half turnovers and SHUT OUT the highest scoring team in football for the entire first half.

In the 2nd half, Mangini calls off the dogs, doesn't blitz at all, Warner finishes the day with 472 passing yards and they score 35 2nd half points forcing us to score a TD on our last 4th quarter drive to seal a game where we got out to a 34-0 lead.

Patriots, Week 11

Do you know where I'm going with this? We controlled the game in the first half, jumped out to a 24-6 lead and mid-way through the 2nd quarter ... the 2nd QUARTER,Mangini begins with the 3-man pass rush, no pressure defense.

Matt Cassell carves us up for 400 yards and 3 TDs ... a blowout game makes it into overtime and we escape with a lucky win we maybe didn't deserve.

Titans, Week 12

On the Titans' first 5 drives, Kerry Collins was 3-13, 22 yards. That is abysmal. However, the Jets opened up a lead and Mangini switched to a prevent defense on the Titans' last drive before the half (about 4 minutes left or so) and Collins finally began to get in a little rhythm going 4-8 for 32 yards.

So in summary, when the game was close - Collins was 3-13 for 22 yards

First time we switched to a prevent defense - Collins was 4-8 for 32 yards

2nd half when we played soft, prevent throughout - Collins was 14-18 for 189 yards and a TD.

In summary

The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.

If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.
Nice spin on the Jets D, but the fact is their 26th against the pass, enough said, start Culter with confidence
 
Gopher State said:
JMJ said:
The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge numbers against the Jets whenever the Jets get ahead big. Mangini curls into a turtle shell, stops blitzing, and switches to a prevent defense way too prematurely. This allows opposing QBs to go up and down the field with drives that look like, "9 of 10, 69 yards, TD," "7 of 9, 63 yards, FG," etc.

Just a few examples:

Miami, Week 1:

We jump out to a big lead.

In the 4th quarter, with a two score lead (then a one score lead), Mangini opted to run the ball twice on 3rd downs. A first down on either of those drives could have been the nail in the coffin (the second one WOULD have been), yet Mangini runs the ball on 3rd and 7 while his QB was 15-22 on the day (68%) and had completed all 7 of his previous passes.

That wasn't the worst of it though:

Chad Pennington had 84 yards passing through 3 full quarters that day! 84 yards in 3 quarters!!!! Why? Because we blitzed the ever-living ##### out of him every single time he dropped back to pass and we all know how Chad folds under pressure. He couldn't do anything, their line couldn't block us, and their offense was stuck in neutral.

The 4th quarter comes around, we have a two score lead, MANGINI DID NOT CALL A SINGLE BLITZ the entire 4th quarter and switched to a 3-man rush, prevent defense. What happens? Chad throws for 167 yards in the 4th quarter alone, 2 TDs, and we need a last second interception by Revis to cover our *ss.

That game should have never become close. Mangini and his conservative nature called off the dogs on defense and switched to a prevent defense for NO REASON and almost gift-wrapped the game for Chad and Miami.

Against our 3 quarter assault, Chad had 84 passing yards and 0 TDs. Against our stupid prevent defense, he finished the game with 250+ yards passing and 2 TDs.

Arizona, Week 4

I won't go into as much detail here but the same thing happened. We sent the kitchen sink at Kurt Warner and forced him into 4 individual 1st half turnovers and SHUT OUT the highest scoring team in football for the entire first half.

In the 2nd half, Mangini calls off the dogs, doesn't blitz at all, Warner finishes the day with 472 passing yards and they score 35 2nd half points forcing us to score a TD on our last 4th quarter drive to seal a game where we got out to a 34-0 lead.

Patriots, Week 11

Do you know where I'm going with this? We controlled the game in the first half, jumped out to a 24-6 lead and mid-way through the 2nd quarter ... the 2nd QUARTER,Mangini begins with the 3-man pass rush, no pressure defense.

Matt Cassell carves us up for 400 yards and 3 TDs ... a blowout game makes it into overtime and we escape with a lucky win we maybe didn't deserve.

Titans, Week 12

On the Titans' first 5 drives, Kerry Collins was 3-13, 22 yards. That is abysmal. However, the Jets opened up a lead and Mangini switched to a prevent defense on the Titans' last drive before the half (about 4 minutes left or so) and Collins finally began to get in a little rhythm going 4-8 for 32 yards.

So in summary, when the game was close - Collins was 3-13 for 22 yards

First time we switched to a prevent defense - Collins was 4-8 for 32 yards

2nd half when we played soft, prevent throughout - Collins was 14-18 for 189 yards and a TD.

In summary

The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.

If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.
Nice spin on the Jets D, but the fact is their 26th against the pass, enough said, start Culter with confidence
This isn't a spin on the Jets D so much as it is a spot on analysis as to why the Jets have allowed some inflated passing numbers this season.
 
Gopher State said:
JMJ said:
The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge numbers against the Jets whenever the Jets get ahead big. Mangini curls into a turtle shell, stops blitzing, and switches to a prevent defense way too prematurely. This allows opposing QBs to go up and down the field with drives that look like, "9 of 10, 69 yards, TD," "7 of 9, 63 yards, FG," etc.

Just a few examples:

Miami, Week 1:

We jump out to a big lead.

In the 4th quarter, with a two score lead (then a one score lead), Mangini opted to run the ball twice on 3rd downs. A first down on either of those drives could have been the nail in the coffin (the second one WOULD have been), yet Mangini runs the ball on 3rd and 7 while his QB was 15-22 on the day (68%) and had completed all 7 of his previous passes.

That wasn't the worst of it though:

Chad Pennington had 84 yards passing through 3 full quarters that day! 84 yards in 3 quarters!!!! Why? Because we blitzed the ever-living ##### out of him every single time he dropped back to pass and we all know how Chad folds under pressure. He couldn't do anything, their line couldn't block us, and their offense was stuck in neutral.

The 4th quarter comes around, we have a two score lead, MANGINI DID NOT CALL A SINGLE BLITZ the entire 4th quarter and switched to a 3-man rush, prevent defense. What happens? Chad throws for 167 yards in the 4th quarter alone, 2 TDs, and we need a last second interception by Revis to cover our *ss.

That game should have never become close. Mangini and his conservative nature called off the dogs on defense and switched to a prevent defense for NO REASON and almost gift-wrapped the game for Chad and Miami.

Against our 3 quarter assault, Chad had 84 passing yards and 0 TDs. Against our stupid prevent defense, he finished the game with 250+ yards passing and 2 TDs.

Arizona, Week 4

I won't go into as much detail here but the same thing happened. We sent the kitchen sink at Kurt Warner and forced him into 4 individual 1st half turnovers and SHUT OUT the highest scoring team in football for the entire first half.

In the 2nd half, Mangini calls off the dogs, doesn't blitz at all, Warner finishes the day with 472 passing yards and they score 35 2nd half points forcing us to score a TD on our last 4th quarter drive to seal a game where we got out to a 34-0 lead.

Patriots, Week 11

Do you know where I'm going with this? We controlled the game in the first half, jumped out to a 24-6 lead and mid-way through the 2nd quarter ... the 2nd QUARTER,Mangini begins with the 3-man pass rush, no pressure defense.

Matt Cassell carves us up for 400 yards and 3 TDs ... a blowout game makes it into overtime and we escape with a lucky win we maybe didn't deserve.

Titans, Week 12

On the Titans' first 5 drives, Kerry Collins was 3-13, 22 yards. That is abysmal. However, the Jets opened up a lead and Mangini switched to a prevent defense on the Titans' last drive before the half (about 4 minutes left or so) and Collins finally began to get in a little rhythm going 4-8 for 32 yards.

So in summary, when the game was close - Collins was 3-13 for 22 yards

First time we switched to a prevent defense - Collins was 4-8 for 32 yards

2nd half when we played soft, prevent throughout - Collins was 14-18 for 189 yards and a TD.

In summary

The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.

If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.
Nice spin on the Jets D, but the fact is their 26th against the pass, enough said, start Culter with confidence
Duh.
 
Great stuff JMJ. I am starting Cutler because I don't have any other options. But I like the Jets to open a nice lead and then have Denver chase them. Should play right into Cutler's hands.

 
I thought long & hard about benching Cutler & rolling w/ Sage this week, but I just can't get myself to do it even though I pretty much know Cutler will end up w/ something like 220/1/2. I just don't have much confidence in him

 
I feel pretty confident in the Jets being able to score on the Donkeys, who just made JaMarcus Russel look like an all-pro.

 
Gopher State said:
JMJ said:
The key to Cutler having a big day is Favre and the Jets offense having a big day. Opposing QBs post huge numbers against the Jets whenever the Jets get ahead big. Mangini curls into a turtle shell, stops blitzing, and switches to a prevent defense way too prematurely. This allows opposing QBs to go up and down the field with drives that look like, "9 of 10, 69 yards, TD," "7 of 9, 63 yards, FG," etc.

Just a few examples:

Miami, Week 1:

We jump out to a big lead.

In the 4th quarter, with a two score lead (then a one score lead), Mangini opted to run the ball twice on 3rd downs. A first down on either of those drives could have been the nail in the coffin (the second one WOULD have been), yet Mangini runs the ball on 3rd and 7 while his QB was 15-22 on the day (68%) and had completed all 7 of his previous passes.

That wasn't the worst of it though:

Chad Pennington had 84 yards passing through 3 full quarters that day! 84 yards in 3 quarters!!!! Why? Because we blitzed the ever-living ##### out of him every single time he dropped back to pass and we all know how Chad folds under pressure. He couldn't do anything, their line couldn't block us, and their offense was stuck in neutral.

The 4th quarter comes around, we have a two score lead, MANGINI DID NOT CALL A SINGLE BLITZ the entire 4th quarter and switched to a 3-man rush, prevent defense. What happens? Chad throws for 167 yards in the 4th quarter alone, 2 TDs, and we need a last second interception by Revis to cover our *ss.

That game should have never become close. Mangini and his conservative nature called off the dogs on defense and switched to a prevent defense for NO REASON and almost gift-wrapped the game for Chad and Miami.

Against our 3 quarter assault, Chad had 84 passing yards and 0 TDs. Against our stupid prevent defense, he finished the game with 250+ yards passing and 2 TDs.

Arizona, Week 4

I won't go into as much detail here but the same thing happened. We sent the kitchen sink at Kurt Warner and forced him into 4 individual 1st half turnovers and SHUT OUT the highest scoring team in football for the entire first half.

In the 2nd half, Mangini calls off the dogs, doesn't blitz at all, Warner finishes the day with 472 passing yards and they score 35 2nd half points forcing us to score a TD on our last 4th quarter drive to seal a game where we got out to a 34-0 lead.

Patriots, Week 11

Do you know where I'm going with this? We controlled the game in the first half, jumped out to a 24-6 lead and mid-way through the 2nd quarter ... the 2nd QUARTER,Mangini begins with the 3-man pass rush, no pressure defense.

Matt Cassell carves us up for 400 yards and 3 TDs ... a blowout game makes it into overtime and we escape with a lucky win we maybe didn't deserve.

Titans, Week 12

On the Titans' first 5 drives, Kerry Collins was 3-13, 22 yards. That is abysmal. However, the Jets opened up a lead and Mangini switched to a prevent defense on the Titans' last drive before the half (about 4 minutes left or so) and Collins finally began to get in a little rhythm going 4-8 for 32 yards.

So in summary, when the game was close - Collins was 3-13 for 22 yards

First time we switched to a prevent defense - Collins was 4-8 for 32 yards

2nd half when we played soft, prevent throughout - Collins was 14-18 for 189 yards and a TD.

In summary

The Jets pass defense is actually very good (2nd in the NFL in sacks), the numbers don't tell the story though because we have opened up a lot of big leads this year and Mangini coaches miserable with a lead and allows QBs to complete every pass they throw while protecting the sidelines.

If you're starting Cutler, hope the Jets open up a huge lead, because if we don't, Cutler is not having a big day.
Nice spin on the Jets D, but the fact is their 26th against the pass, enough said, start Culter with confidence
Spin? No, fact, and a very insightful post by JMJ for anyone with the smarts to understand it. Mangini DOES go into prevent WAY too early. Rush 3, play off the WR's, give a QB all day and all night to throw the way Mangini does with a lead, and the QB will put up big numbers in the second half.

Personally, I am starting Eli over Cutler this week. I think Mangini will finally wake up and play his standard D scheme longer this week, knowing Cutler can make big plays when not pressured. Of course, I've never been wrong before, but there is always a first time. :thumbup:

 
Cutler over Peyton Manning for me. Colts will be able to run on the Browns and the weather will be colder than in NJ with a possible rain/snow mix. The Jets can be passed on and should have no trouble putting points on the board against Denver which makes Denver pass to play catch up.

Of course the Browns and Broncos could both get an early lead and run run run, but I am not thinking that will happen.

 
Cutler over Peyton Manning for me. Colts will be able to run on the Browns and the weather will be colder than in NJ with a possible rain/snow mix. The Jets can be passed on and should have no trouble putting points on the board against Denver which makes Denver pass to play catch up. Of course the Browns and Broncos could both get an early lead and run run run, but I am not thinking that will happen.
It's possible the Broncos get an early lead on the Jets, but they don't have the capability to "run run run" so I wouldn't worry about that.
 
I have to choose between Cutler or Favre this week. I'm leaning towards Favre. They will score more and thats ok as long as TJ & Leon don't run them all in.

I'm struggling withmy decision, At least I'm up 72-0 after Turkey day (CJ3, Barber, Tenn D and Bironas).

PEACE

 
I think Denver and Cutler wil pull this game out. I just feel the Jets will be the Jets and lose a game they should not after beating NE and TEN. It will be a shoot out. Plus it is a late game which will help Denver. IF it was a 1pm game I think the Jets would have a juge advantage, but with it being a 4pm game Denver will pull this one out.

 
i'm having a tough choice between cutler and maurice jones-drew as my offensive flex player this week. man, i'm having a tough time with it.

 
Am I a complete idiot for considering Pennington over Cutler this week? Over the course of 11 games, Cutler is only averaging 4 points more per week than Pennington. Even though St. Louis is terrible against the run, I feel like the uncertainty surround Cutler's weapon (Royal and Scheffler) and the weather makes the decision a bit more of a toss-up.

 
Any concerns about the weather at game time?
I live 10 minutes from the stadium:It is raining (but not very hard), it is not cold (in the 40's), and there is zero wind. I would not downgrade any player on either team due to weather.
 

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