With NFL.com coming up with a list of most overrated and underrated players of all time, Chicago Bears’ Jay Cutler was not missed. The underrated Bears included Neal Anderson, Doug Buffone, Johnny Morris, Harlon Hill and Alex Brown.
On the other hand, the ones who made it in the overrated lists along with Jay Cutler are William Perry, Adewale Ogunleye, Nathan Vasher and Jim McMahon. Anyone can say that the overall judgment belongs to the eye of the beholder. And based on our perspective, we think that Cutler isn’t really overrated.
Do you want to know the exact words in the website about Jay Cutler? Here goes some parts of it:
“Cutler is often regarded as just outside the cusp of the “elite” quarterbacks in the NFL thanks to his cannon arm, but in reality his stats don’t merit that level of consideration. Even in 2012, when he was finally reunited with Brandon Marshall, Cutler only threw 19 touchdowns and completed less than 60 percent of his passes. By comparison, both Russell Wilson and RGIII exceeded those totals as rookies. Until Cutler is able to cash in on his physical potential and even out the mental side of his game, he’ll have to suffer labels like “overrated” for years to come.”
For the Chicago Bears, Jay Cutler has been the most gifted in terms of physique. Maybe the one thing that some fans criticize him with is that he is lacking in leadership qualities. So on your own views, do you agree with others saying that Cutler is truly overrated?Back to the Chicago Bears Newsfeed