Posts Tagged ‘Jay Cutler’

FIRST QUARTER
– Jets (RB)Thomas Jones rushes for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Chris Henry for a TD
– Falcons (QB)Matt Ryan passes to (WR)Roddy White for a TD
– Bills (RB)Marshawn Lynch rushes for a TD
– Jets (QB)Mark Sanchez rushes for a TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Chad Ochocinco for a TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for a TD

SECOND QUARTER
– Panthers(D/ST) Panthers (DT)Hollis Thomas and (DE)Tyler Brayton get safety
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (TE)John Paul Foschi for a TD
– Jets (RB)Shonn Greene rushes for a TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ronnie Brown rushes for a TD
– Cowboys (QB)Tony Romo passes to (WR)Miles Austin for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Laveranues Coles for a TD

THIRD & FOURTH QUARTER
– Bills (QB)Ryan Fitzpatrick passes to (WR)Lee Evans for a TD
– Jets (QB)Mark Sanchez passes to (WR)David Clowney for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Chad Ochocinco for a TD
– Cowboys (QB)Tony Romo passes to (WR)Patrick Crayton for a TD
– Falcons (RB)Michael Turner rushes for a TD
– Cowboys (QB)Tony Romo passes to (WR)Miles Austin for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees rushes for a TD
– Saints(D/ST) Saints (S)Darren Sharper **42 Yard Interception Return for a TD**
– Bengals (RB)Cedric Benson rushes for a TD
– Jets (RB)Shonn Greene rushes for a TD
– Bears (QB)Jay Cutler passes to (WR)Devin Hester for a TD
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees passes to (WR)Marques Colston for a TD
– Cowboys(D/ST) Cowboys (WR)Patrick Crayton **73 Yard Punt Return for a TD**
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for a TD
– Saints (RB)Reggie Bush rushes for a TD
– Falcons (QB)Matt Ryan passes to (WR)Eric Weems for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees rushes for a TD
– Saints(D/ST) Saints (CB)Tracy Porter **54 Yard Interception Return for a TD**

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New York Giants :
*Placed (DT)Anthony Bryant on Practice Squad / Injured Reserve

Philadelphia Eagles :
*Acquired (LB)Will Witherspoon from Rams for (WR)Brandon Gibson & 2010 5th Round Draft Pick

Washington Redskins :
*Signed (OL)Levi Jones/Bengals
*Signed (RB)Quinton Ganther/Titans
*Waived (RB)Marcus Mason
*Waived (RB)Anthony Alridge

Chicago Bears :
*Re-Signed (QB)Jay Cutler to a 2 Year Contract Extension
*Re-Signed (OL)Donovan Raiola to Practice Squad
*Released (DE)Ervin Baldwin from Practice Squad

Detroit Lions :
*Practice Squad Deletion of (OL)Lydon Murtha / Signed with Miami Dolphins

Atlanta Falcons :
*Placed (CB)Brian Williams on Injured Reserve
*Re-Signed (S)Jamaal Fudge

Carolina Panthers :
*Waived (DT)Antwon Burton
*Released (DT)Terrance Taylor from Practice Squad
*Signed (DT)Rashaad Duncan/Buccaneers to Practice Squad

Tampa Bay Buccaneers :
*Signed (CB)Marcus McCauley/Lions
*Placed (FB)B.J. Askew on Non-Football Injury / Injured Reserve
*Re-Signed (CB)Derrick Roberson to Practice Squad

St. Louis Rams :
*Acquired (WR)Brandon Gibson & 2010 5th Round Draft Pick from Eagles for (LB)Will Witherspoon
*Waived (LB)Dominic Douglas
*Activated (LB)K.C. Asiodu from Practice Squad

Seattle Seahawks :
*Waived (OL)Kyle Williams
*Released (OL)Mark Lewis from Practice Squad

Miami Dolphins :
*Signed (OL)Lydon Murtha from Detroit Lions Practice Squad
*Waived (OL)Shawn Murphy

New England Patriots :
*Re-Signed (LB)Tully Banta-Cain & Signed to a Contract Extension
*Released (WR)Joey Galloway
*Waived (TE)Michael Matthews

New York Jets :
*Re-Signed (DT)Howard Green
*Signed (DT)Antonio Garay/Bears to Practice Squad

Cincinnati Bengals :
*Signed (DT)Orien Harris/Lions

Cleveland Browns :
*Placed (LB)D’Qwell Jackson on Injured Reserve
*Re-Signed (DE)Keith Grennan to Practice Squad
*Released (DT)Carlton Powell from Practice Squad

Kansas City Chiefs :
*Re-Signed (LB)Justin Rogers

San Diego Chargers :
*Signed (CB)Dante Hughes/Colts
*Placed (LB)Antwan Applewhite on Injured Reserve

CHICAGO BEARS vs. ATLANTA FALCONS

– Bears (QB)Jay Cutler passes to (WR)Johnny Knox for a TD
– Falcons (QB)Matt Ryan passes to (WR)Roddy White for a TD
– Falcons (QB)Matt Ryan passes to (TE)Tony Gonzalez for a TD
– Bears (QB)Jay Cutler passes to (TE)Greg Olsen for a TD
– Falcons (RB)Michael Turner rushes for a TD

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It was announced late Friday evening that the second trade has taken place before Tuesday’s deadline. Here are the details :

To Chicago Bears : (DE)Gaines Adams
To Tampa Bay Buccaneers : Bears 2010 2nd Round Draft Pick

This was a great move by the Bears….and honestly for the Buccaneers as well. At the end of this year, Bears (DE)Adewale Ogunleye and (DE)Mark Anderson contracts both expire. We will not be able to re-sign them both, so this problem is now solved for next year. Trading away a 2nd Round Draft Pick was a risky move, but if you factor in that Gaines Adams was the 4th overall draft pick in the 2007 draft, and is only 26 years old, it takes away much concern. In his first 2 seasons with the Buccaneers, Adams racked up 12 1/2 sacks and played in the same defensive scheme that the Bears are running with now. Bears defensive coordinator will surely bring out even more in Adams production. The Bears are now without their 1st and 2nd round draft picks in 2010, but getting talent such as Jay Cutler and Gaines Adams is surely worth it. The best part is they are both still young and have already proved they can play in this league. The Buccaneers will likely start (DE)Stylez G. White in the place of Gaines Adams.

Tuesday, October 20th is the date in which teams can no longer trade during the NFL season. So now, is the time for the teams with a chance at playoff contention to go shopping for that one or two players that they think can help them battle through the playoffs, straight to the Super Bowl. As of right now there are 4 teams (Buccaneers, Titans, Rams, Chiefs) that have yet to produce a single win this season. All of them stand at a record of 0 wins and 5 losses. There are 5 teams (Raiders, Browns, Lions, Bills, Panthers) that have only produced 1 win this season. All in all, there are 9 teams that have to be already thinking about next season. I’m not saying that is the way to go about it, but if you can produce a 1st or 2nd Round Draft Pick for a guy that is not in your future plans, or who’s contract expires at the end of the season anyway, why not make a deal. Even if you are getting a package of picks and/or a player you think could be a part of your future, now is the time to do it. Teams that are in the hunt to take control of their division, should be looking at their current weaknesses, and looking for players that could give them that boost to help them get there. For example, the Bears at 3-1 will need to stay in pace with the Vikings who are at 5-0. The big internet rumor going around at the moment is Buffalo Bills (WR)Terrell Owens could possibly be traded, and the team that has come up in most of these rumors is the Chicago Bears. You could argue that the Bears are good right where they are at with their wide receiving core. Devin Hester, Earl Bennett, and the surprise emergence of rookie Johnny Knox are getting the job done without a doubt…but you have to wonder how much of that is due to the sure-fire accuracy of Jay Cutler.

Now you have to wonder, what kind of damage do you think could be done to opposing defenses, if the Bears aquired (WR)Terrell Owens from the Buffalo Bills for lets say a future 2nd or 3rd Round Draft Pick. I know they have already traded away a plethora of picks to get Jay Cutler, but it’s looking so far to be well worth it. The Bills have Lee Evans (who the Dolphins are reportedly interested in trading for, but won’t happen), Josh Reed, Roscoe Parrish (who is another Bills wide receiver with a great chance of getting traded before the deadline), James Hardy (who will be coming off the PUP list soon), and Steve Johnson (who has already shown great promise).

It all makes perfect sense, because the Bills have a dismal 1-4 record, only have Owens under contract for one year, could potentially receive a great 2010 draft pick for him in exchange, and still have good enough receivers to hold up the rest of this year. The Bears would be taking a risk in aquiring Owens, but it’s undeniable that the connection of Cutler to T.O would wreck havoc among opposing defenses. He would bring a lot of veteran knowledge and leadership to a young receiving core, which would surely benefit the talented group of young receivers the Bears have already. I think Terrell Owens is slowly maturing and has proven it by his behavior so far with the Bills. This is his worst season so far to date, and he has kept his cool, and has said all of the right things to a media that provokes him disrespectfully, after a bad game. The Bills have had 4 of them already this season.

The reality of Terrell Owens being traded at all is slim to none though. Especially with the Bills deciding to ditch their no-huddle offense. It could happen though, and trades such as this I find very intriguing. Trades within the NFL were a rare commodity at one point, but it seems that in the past few years, we’ve seen an increase in movement. Over the next few days I will keep you up-to-date on all of the NFL trade rumors, and examine what players could be “on the market” over the next week.

On a personal note, what I think the Bears should do, is sign free agent (WR)Matt Jones, formally of the Jaguars. He showed plenty of #1 receiving potential, and has all the skills necessary to be one in this game for a long time. He is still young, and has height, which will blend together well with have (TE)Greg Olsen on the field at the same time. With Matt Jones and Devin Hester on the ends, Johnny Knox in the slot, and Greg Olsen, it would bring together a group that we would be able to rely on for a long time to come. We would lose nothing by signing him, because I’m quite sure he would only get signed to the veteran minimum. Let him come in and earn a contract extension next year. He would succeed too. because if you think about it, most of his time he had David Garrard throwing him passes. Decent QB, but no Jay Cutler.

If we signed Matt Jones, then we wouldn’t have to bring in a guy like Terrell Owens. We would also save a ton of money by doing it this way, and wouldn’t have to trade a draft pick. Maybe save that pick to trade for a guy like Shawne Merriman/Chargers, Aaron Kampman/Packers, Derrick Johnson/Chiefs, or Nnamdi Asomugha/Raiders, who are all rumored to be available for the right price, but I’ll save all of that for the days to come. So many possibilities!

-Dale Underiner (TSR Writer)-

With the news of the Braylon Edwards trade to the Jets today, I realized the NFL Trade Deadline is fast approaching with October 20th fast approaching. Here is a list of all of the trades that have taken place in 2009. This list does not include trades made during the draft, unless it involved player(s) in the deal.

To Minnesota Vikings : (QB)Sage Rosenfels
To Houston Texans : 2009 4th Round Draft Pick

To Tampa Bay Buccaneers : (TE)Kellen Winslow
To Cleveland Browns : 2009 2nd Round Draft Pick & 2010 5th Round Draft Pick

To Kansas City Chiefs : (QB)Matt Cassel & (LB)Mike Vrabel
To New England Patriots : 2009 2nd Round Draft Pick

To New York Jets : (CB)Lito Sheppard
To Philadelphia Eagles : 2009 5th Round Draft Pick & 2010 Conditional Draft Pick

To Dallas Cowboys : (QB)Jon Kitna
To Detroit Lions : (CB)Anthony Henry

To New England Patriots : (WR)Greg Lewis & 2010 Conditional Draft Pick
To Philadelphia Eagles : 2009 5th Round Draft Pick

To Detroit Lions : (LB)Julian Peterson
To Seattle Seahawks : (DT)Cory Redding & 2009 5th Round Draft Pick

To Miami Dolphins : (DT)Tony McDaniel
To Jacksonville Jaguars : 2009 7th Round Draft Pick

To Oakland Raiders : (OL)Samson Satele
To Miami Dolphins : 2009 6th Round Draft Pick

To Chicago Bears : (QB)Jay Cutler & 2009 5th Round Draft Pick
To Denver Broncos : (QB)Kyle Orton & 2009 1st Round Draft Pick & 2009 3rd Round Draft Pick & 2010 1st Round Draft Pick

To St. Louis Rams : (WR)Laurent Robinson & 2009 5th Round Draft Pick (#160) & 2009 6th Round Draft Pick (#196)
To Atlanta Falcons : 2009 5th Round Draft Pick (#138) & 2009 6th Round Draft Pick (#176)

To Carolina Panthers : (LS)J.J. Jansen
To Green Bay Packers : 2011 Conditional Draft Pick

To Philadelphia Eagles : (OL)Jason Peters
To Buffalo Bills : 2009 1st Round Draft Pick & 2009 4th Round Draft Pick & 2010 Conditional Draft Pick

To Atlanta Falcons : (TE)Tony Gonzalez
To Kansas City Chiefs : 2010 2nd Round Draft Pick

To New York Jets : 2009 1st Round Draft Pick (#5 Overall “(QB)Mark Sanchez selected”)
To Cleveland Browns : (S)Abram Elam, (DE)Kenyon Coleman, (QB)Brett Ratliff, 2009 1st Round Draft Pick, & 2009 2nd Round Draft Pick

To Philadelphia Eagles : (CB)Ellis Hobbs
To New England Patriots : (2) 2009 5th Round Draft Picks

To New England Patriots : (TE)Alex Smith
To Tampa Bay Buccaneers : 2010 Undisclosed Draft Pick

To Cincinnati Bengals : (RB)Brian Leonard
To St. Louis Rams : (DT)Orien Harris

To Detroit Lions : (WR)Dennis Northcutt
To Jacksonville Jaguars : (S)Gerald Alexander

To St. Louis Rams : (WR)Ronald Curry
To Detroit Lions : (DT)Orien Harris

To New England Patriots : (DE)Derrick Burgess
To Oakland Raiders : 2010 3rd Round Draft Pick & 2011 5th Round Draft Pick

To Denver Broncos : (DE)LeKevin Smith & 2010 7th Round Draft Pick
To New England Patriots : 2010 5th Round Draft Pick

To Kansas City Chiefs : (OL)Andy Alleman & (OL)Ikechuku Ndukwe
To Miami Dolphins : 2010 Undisclosed Draft Pick

To Denver Broncos : (OL)Russ Hochstein
To New England Patriots : 2010 7th Round Draft Pick

To San Diego Chargers : (DT)Travis Johnson
To Houston Texans : 2010 Conditional 6th Round Draft Pick

To Atlanta Falcons : (CB)Tye Hill
To St. Louis Rams : 2010 7th Round Draft Pick

To Carolina Panthers : (DT)Louis Leonard
To Cleveland Browns : 2010 Undisclosed Draft Pick

To Detroit Lions : (S)Ko Simpson
To Buffalo Bills : 2010 Undisclosed Draft Pick

To Baltimore Ravens : (OL)Tony Moll
To Green Bay Packers : (S)Derrick Martin

To New Orleans Saints : (TE)David Thomas
To New England Patriots : 2011 6th Round Draft Pick

To New England Patriots : (TE)Michael Matthews
To New York Giants : 2011 Undisclosed Draft Pick

To Jacksonville Jaguars : (QB)Luke McCown
To Tampa Bay Buccaneers : 2010 Conditional 5th Round Draft Pick

To Oakland Raiders : (DT)Richard Seymour
To New England Patriots : 2011 1st Round Draft Pick

To New York Jets : (QB)Kevin O’Connell
To Detroit Lions : 2010 Undisclosed Draft Pick

To New England Patriots : (LB)Prescott Burgess
To Baltimore Ravens : 2010 Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick

To Miami Dolphins : (QB)Tyler Thigpen
To Kansas City Chiefs : 2010 4th Round Draft Pick

To New York Jets : (WR)Braylon Edwards
To Cleveland Browns : (WR)Chansi Stuckey, (LB)Jason Trusnik, 2010 3rd Round Draft Pick, & 2010 5th Round Draft Pick

To Chicago Bears : (DE)Gaines Adams
To Tampa Bay Buccaneers : 2010 2nd Round Draft Pick