Colin Kaepernick & Jay Cutler
Colin Rand Kaepernick (born November 3, 1987) is an American football quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. Jay Christopher Cutler (born April 29, 1983) is an American football starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL). /5
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If the Dolphins bench Jay Cutler you just gotta cut him on Monday. Then you sign Colin Kaepernick. Your coach did coke at w…
The "Maybe we should have signed Colin Kaepernick and not Jay Cutler" face.
I'm sorry. Colin Kaepernick on his worst day has more to offer the Dolphins at QB than Mr. Indifference, Jay Cutler.
Colin Cowherd is comparing Jay Cutler to Nicolas Cage and Colin Kaepernick to Christopher Walken right now, happy Thursday y'all
The internet is in disbelief that the Dolphins might sign Jay Cutler over Colin Kaepernick
QB Jay Cutler is the 2nd worst possible choice for the Miami Dolphins, following a potential Colin Kaepernick...
I know you didn't just say Jay Cutler is better than Colin Kaepernick.
Tony Romo to CBS, Jay Cutler to Fox... Colin Kaepernick to MSNBC? Maybe he can co-host a new show with Rachel Maddow.
Jay Cutler just retired because no one would sign him to play quarterback. Blatant racism. Just like Colin Kaepernick.
Something doesn't seem right when Josh Mccown has a job in the and guys like Jay Cutler & Colin Kaepernick don't.
Why the signed McCown and not Jay Cutler, Colin Kaepernick or Chase Daniel
If Jay Cutler can get a job in the NFL then something is fishy about Colin Kaepernick not getting offers.
SOURCES - Bears will be releasing Jay Cutler. Will roll with Colin Kaepernick and Christian Hackenberg
Cam's bunched in here with Jay Cutler, Kirk Cousins, Drew Brees, Colin Kaepernick, Sam Bradford and Andy Dalton.
Players in NFL history with 2 TD passes and 2 TD runs in a playoff game: Cam Newton, Colin Kaepernick, Jay Cutler.
Jay Cutler, Ryan Tannehill, Alex Smith, Cam Newton, Andy Dalton, Colin Kaepernick. This is just the price now.
Vernon Kay: San Francisco’s offensive weapons make Colin Kaepernick a big threat, but Jay Cutler lacks the leadersh…
RG3. Jay Cutler. Alex Smith . Colin Kaepernick. Geno Smith. Cleveland Browns QB . Who else is starting for teams whose fans have turned on them?
Jay Cutler, Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin, Nick Foles, come on Rex show me a sign! Let me know your hear (song was just on radio)
If the Bills don't end today with Sam Bradford, Colin Kaepernick, Jay Cutler, or Nick Foles on the roster I dont believe the "win now" hype.
Jay Cutler/Colin Kaepernick won. It's the only thing they can win at.
Jay Cutler and Colin Kaepernick can spend their offseason talking about all the money they made sucking at football.
So my fantasy football team (the Big Fat Curly Headed Fs) opened up 4-1 and was the highest scoring team. Since then I am 1-7 (thank you Eric Diskin), scored the fewest points in the league and an hour ago was officially eliminated despite having DeMarco Murray and Jimmy Graham. While it'd be easy to blame myself and my awful decision making, I'm instead blaming Jay Cutler(is there anything you can't blame him for?) and Colin Kaepernick (& for a couple weeks Kirk Cousins.) Now I'm in the toilet bowl and very happy our league doesn't have a "SACKO" trophy. Not sure what I'll do with my $5 of winnings for my week 3 beat down of Kyle Mundy. Good luck to everyone who did make the playoffs unless Dean Grosskopf makes it in, then good luck to everyone else, even Brian Abel and the Irbys!
Brian Hoyer has a higher grade than Joe Flacco, Jay Cutler, Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick and Matt Stafford. Take…
Colin Kaepernick handed the Bears a win (with the help of Jay Cutler)
I saw you have Jay Cutler ranked 1 spot higher then Colin Kaepernick this week. Should I still go with Kaep over Cutler?
Niners Now recaps Wednesday's locker room availability and discusses the upcoming matchup between Colin Kaepernick and Jay Cutler.
The Fine 15, Pre-Camp Edition Now this is odd. A Fine 15 some 46 days before the season starts. But there’s nothing like a little controversy to sell papers. 1. Seattle. I like the approach of the coach and the defense (“We’re going to win again, and we don’t care who knows it”) and, from being with Russell Wilson a bit this offseason, I know his approach. He’ll enter camp this week thinking he’s got to beat out Tarvaris Jackson for the starting job. 2. Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers has his weapons and his health, and the schedule’s friendly post-Sept. 4, with the Bills, Jets, Dolphins out of conference on the docket. 3. San Francisco. If I trusted Colin Kaepernick as much as I trust Russell Wilson, 1 and 3 would be reversed. 4. New Orleans. The rich get obscenely richer, and Brandin Cooks wins offensive rookie of the year, and the defense stays stout. Need to survive the schedule: three of the first away, three of the last five away. 5. Indianapolis. I’m buying the Luck hype, plus he gets b ...
The devil is in the details with NFL contracts since they aren't fully guaranteed like MLB and NBA contracts. Colin Kaepernick's recent six-year contract extension worth a maximum of $126 million is a perfect illustration of this principle. On the surface it appeared as if the San Francisco 49ers made a huge financial commitment to their QB because of the overall value of the deal and the $61 million in guarantees. But Kaepernick's contract doesn't provide him the same level of security as comparable quarterback deals. Only $12,973,766 is fully guaranteed at signing. Jay Cutler, Tony Romo and Matt Ryan have $38 million, $40 million and $42 million fully guaranteed at signing in their contracts, which is essentially triple Kaepernick's amount. Kaepernick's deal helped shed light on how NFL contracts are generally structured because of the scrutiny it received. Average salary and total compensation are misleading because of the lack of security with NFL contracts. The most important metrics are compensation ...
Cam Newton's negotiations to center around Jay Cutler, not Colin Kaepernick -
Geez, first Jay Cutler and now Colin Kaepernick. Another bad/mediocre quarterback getting paid way too much than what he actually deserves.
They say bad things happen in 3s. Jay Cutler, Tony Romo, and Colin Kaepernick get 100million$$ contracts before winning superbowls
So now there are 2 NFL QB's under contract through 2020: Colin Kaepernick and Jay Cutler.
SHOOTMedia, The SHOOT! NFL. San Francisco 49ers The San Francisco 49ers knew they couldn't head into the season with Blaine Gabbert making more than Colin Kaepernick. That's why, after the two sides met Tuesday, they came to an agreement on a six-year contract extension, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Colin Kaepernick and 49ers reached agreement on 6-year extension worth over $100 million tying him to team through 2020, per sources. — Adam Schefter (June 4, 2014 The news of the extension first was reported by Bay Area Sports Guy. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has the preliminary financial terms, and they are big. Incredibly big, if you only consider the guaranteed money, in fact. For QB Colin Kaepernick: It’s a 6-year extension worth up to $126M with $60M guaranteed, source says. Under contract through 2020 — Ian Rapoport (June 4, 2014 According to Spotrac, this would be the most guaranteed money ever given to an NFL player. Although the Jay Cutler contract — seven years, $126 million total — w ...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler may have recently been the recipient of $126 million contract that is driving up the going rate for Colin Kaepernick, but chances are he’ll never see most of it after the way the recent NFL draft shook out.
How much is Tom Condon seeking for his client, Alex Smith? He has already landed Peyton Manning $18 Million a year, Drew Brees $18.4 Million a year, Tony Romo $17 Million a year, Matt Ryan $16.5 Million a year and will be negotiating hefty deals for Eli Manning and Matt Stafford, soon. Not long after Aaron Rodgers, Joe Flacco and Jay Cutler all with big deals and with other QBs working behind the scenes on extensions(Colin Kaepernick & Ben Roethlisberger) and others who will be needing dealt with over the next 12 months(Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III) just how much can we pay Smith? Any extension, as discussed in depth; will already cost us the services of Tamba Hali. A huge extension, more then likely chops Brandon Flowers or Dwayne Bowe off, also. SO, serious questions. Are we at a place where we can even make this deal? Will Alex stick with his QB brethren and increase the average pay for QBs or will he cut us a deal?
Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers have already begun contract discussions. Is the quarterback worth a deal that will pay him more than Jay Cutler's $18 million per season?
We're getting some reports that Colin Kaepernick is looking for a Jay Cutler, Tony Romo type contract in negotiations. We break down why it's not as simple as saying, "he wants $18 million a year."
I grade how good are these QB's by "tiers" or "categories". For Example, I give a QB a 6 if they are elite, 5 if they are very good, 4 if they are good, 3 if they are average, 2 if they are below average, and 1 if they are bad. Here is my opinion on top QB's. What is your ratings based on these QB's? 6- Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees 5- Ben Rothliesberger, Andrew Luck, Philip Rivers, Nick Foles, Matt Ryan 4- Ryan Tannehill, Alex Smith, Tony Romo, Jay Cutler, Cam Newton, Russell Wilson 3- Andy Dalton, Joe Flacco, Eli Manning, Robert Griffin III, Matthew Stafford, Mike Glennon, Colin Kaepernick, Carson Palmer 2- Bills QB's (Manuel, Lewis), Titans QB's (Locker, Fitzpatrick), Rams QB's (Bradford, Clemens), Raiders QB's (Pryor, McGloin) 1- Geno Smith, Chad Henne, Browns QB's (Weeden, Campbell), Vikings QB's (Ponder, Cassel, Freeman) I would put Kirk Cousins, Matt Flynn, Josh Mccown, Michael Vick, and Brian Hoyer somewhere in this system but they have not played enough games to earn a spec ...
Isn't it crazy that Tony Romo & Jay Cutler get paid way more then Russell Wilson & Colin Kaepernick? That doesn't seem right especially when Romo & Cutler are at home in January watching these guys lead their teams to playoff victories & Super Bowls! Not hatin, I'm just saying!
HERE YA GO: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Eli Manning, Robert Griffin III, Jay Cutler, Joe Flacco, Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick have all completed more passes than Foles has attempted, yet Foles has thrown for more touchdowns than each of those quarterbacks.-BIG MIKE-
Welp Jaws does his QB rankings pre season and I will do mine 3/4 of the way through. 1. Peyton Manning (obvious) 2. Tom Brady (Timmy Terrific) 3. Aaron Rodgers (tough call over Breesy but gotta do it) 4. Drew Brees (major separation from these 4 on down) 5. Tony Romo (gut check time) 6. Ben Roethlisberger (the rings won't carry you too much further) 7. Matt Ryan (tough year, but body of work) 8. Eli Manning (rings is all you can say) 9. Phillip Rivers (big bounce back year, last two an anomaly) 10. Russell Wilson (want to put him higher but I can't) 11. Matt Stafford (still turns it over too much to be higher) 12. Cam Newton ( a lot left to prove, but great start to career) 13. Andrew Luck (a lot of talent, just hasn't quite put it all together) 14. Robert Griffin III (one of the best seasons from a rookie you'll ever see unhealthy) 15. Joe Flacco (one great great run lol) 16. Colin Kaepernick (real stud, but a lot of good QBs in the league, still a lot to prove) 17. Jay Cutler (highest I can put him, he ...
Did you know that Russell Wilson has been sacked more times, but has a better passer rating than Tom Brady, Andy Dalton, Alex Smith, Cam Newton, Carson Palmer, Andrew Luck, Eli Manning, Tony Romo, Colin Kaepernick, RG3, Jay Cutler and Matt Stafford? :)
"Foles, who has only 136 passing attempts on the season - about half as many as guys like Russell Wilson (257), Aaron Rodgers (251), and Jay Cutler (265) - but has amassed 16 touchdowns, with 10 coming in the last two games. That's more than Rodgers (15), Andrew Luck (14), Tom Brady (13), Cam Newton (13), Colin Kaepernick (9), Joe Flacco (12), Eli Manning (11), and Robert Griffin III (12), just to name a few." Whatever your thoughts on him are, give the *** kid the rest of the season to win himself a job.
Colin Kaepernick or Jay Cutler this week? My QB is on a bye.
Just traded Jay Cutler to a disgruntled Colin Kaepernick owner. Arbitrage at its finest? Other QBs on my roster are Pryor & Russell Wilson..
I want a Colin Kaepernick jersey and a Jay Cutler jersey ^.^
need some input Colin Kaepernick or Jay Cutler? this week???
Colin Kaepernick, you are killing me slowly and without mercy. You were so promising. You went to the Super Bowl and now you hand me 4 points for the week Four points? If I were your pimp I'd.o! Save me Peyton Manning! Or Cam Newton! Or any OTHER QB with points over 10. Shoot, I'd even take.Jay Cutler...Geno (ugh) Smith or eeep... Eli Manning. Yes, I'm spiraling out of control.
It's a bad week when I should have started Jay Cutler over Colin Kaepernick.
Here's the crazy thing. Today it would have been better for me to start Jay Cutler instead of Colin Kaepernick. JAY CUTLER!
Jay Cutler can’t catch a break. He shows all the promise, but only one postseason appearance in the last six seasons. Help please?
What do Tom Brady, Colin Kaepernick, Aaron Rodgers, Jay Cutler and Tony Romo have in common... yeah.. Russel Wilson beat em.
Okay, this was brought up last night at work. Why? I don't know. I was asked if I could name 10 QBs that I think are better than Jay Cutler. I came up with 12. Here is how is worked out: Better than Cutler: Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, Ben Roethlisberger, Robert Griffin III, Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan, Drew Bress, Josh Freeman, Andrew Luck, Matt Schaub, and Peyton Manning. About the same: Joe Flacco, Andy Dalton, Eli Manning, Tony Romo, Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers Cutler is better than: Christian Ponder, Brandon Weeden, Nick Foles, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ryan Tannehill, Mark Sanchez, Jake Locker, Chad Henne, Kevin Kolb, Matt Cassel, Carson Palmer and Sam Bradford Again, this is just my opinion. Let the debate begin.
Championship game, can't decided what QBs to start: Eli Manning, Colin Kaepernick or Jay Cutler? Need two.
Which NFL quarterback's leadership potential could having him & his team hoisting the Lambardi trophy at the conclusion of SuperBowl XLVII Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans: Matt Ryan, Alex Smith or Colin Kaepernick, Jay Cutler, Eli Manning, Aaron Rogers, Josh Freeman, Russell Wilson or Matt Flynn, Tom Brady, Joe Flacco, Ben Roethlisberger, Andy Dalton, Matt Schaub, Andrew Luck or Payton Manning.
Who would you say the NFL top 5 quarterbacks are at this time? Here are my favorite; Robert Griffin III, Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rogers, , Eli Manning, Jay Cutler, and Colin Kaepernick. Let's see how brave you are.
Sources: 49ers' Alex Smith out Chris Mortensen [ARCHIVE] ESPN | November 19, 2012 San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith will not play Monday night against the Chicago Bears because he he was unable to get clearance from a neurologist one week after suffering a concussion, according to sources. Colin Kaepernick will start in Smith's place in a game that will also feature Jason Campbell as the Bears' starter because Jay Cutler has been declared out, also because of a concussion. Smith, who is ranked third in the NFL with a 104.1 passer rating, practiced in a non-contact black jersey last week and took part in most of the drills involving the first-team offense. Smith, who has made 28 consecutive starts, was injured during the first half of a 24-24 tie with the St. Louis Rams in Week 10 and left the game midway through the second quarter. Kaepernick replaced Smith after the injury and was 11 of 17 for 117 yards and rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown against St. Louis. Information from The Associated Pr ...
The big "Monday Night Football" showcase next week could feature a quarterback matchup of journeyman Jason Campbell of the Bears vs. untested Colin Kaepernick of the 49ers. Not exactly the creme de la creme of the NFC. Why? Concussions, of course. Twenty-five percent of NFL games Sunday saw a starting QB leave with a concussion. Two were Chicago's Jay Cutler and San Francisco's Alex Smith, whose teams play each other next Monday. Both stayed in the games Sunday for several plays after what appeared to be head-rattling hits. Smith even threw a touchdown pass while playing with blurred vision before he departed, according to coach Jim Harbaugh. The NFL looked into the Cutler and Smith cases — and Philadelphia's Michael Vick, the third quarterback who got a concussion this weekend — and came away satisfied that the proper protocol was followed. Another noteworthy player, Bills running back Fred Jackson, took a late hit to the head in a loss at the New England Patriots. He was examined Monday — a day af ...
The road to a playoff bye is rarely a smooth one. The top teams in the NFC were reminded of that in Week 10. The Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Giants all failed to come away with wins on Sunday. (The 49ers kissed their division sisters.) Concussions suffered by quarterbacks Jay Cutler and Alex Smith loom especially large. We could see a matchup of backups Colin Kaepernick and Jason Campbell on "Monday Night Football" next week. With their easy schedule and great play at home, the Falcons can survive their slip-up in New Orleans. The 49ers remain two up in the loss column on Seattle in the NFC West and don't rely on their quarterback play that much. They can live without Smith. The Giants are used to second-half drama. It's what they do. The Bears are the team to worry about most here. They have the Packers coming fast in the rearview mirror and a brutal schedule coming up, with five straight games against winning teams. Chicago relies on Cutler's big arm to overcome ina ...
so it seems like our Jay Cutler vs. Alex Smith showdown is turning into Colin Kaepernick vs. Jason Campbell...anyone else thrilled about this...didn't think so.
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