OTC: Broncos Trade Cutler And Chiefs Fans Cheer

Denver loses their quarterback and the Chiefs gain

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4 Responses to OTC: Broncos Trade Cutler And Chiefs Fans Cheer

  1. Anonymous says:

    John Utah
    Chiefs go from brodie/huard/thigpen to Cassel and Broncos go from Cutler to Orton at the most important position in sports, and someone can’t figure out who the winner is?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Burman Dinstow
    Orton has a more substantial track record than Cassel. Neither one of them would have attracted much attention a year ago, so I’m not sure why everyone is getting the vapors about their studliness now. Orton is known more in Chicago for the ugliness of his beard than for his football prowess. Cassel may turn out to be a good quarterback (though not a $14 million a year one), but it’s going to take more than Patriot pixie dust to make Cassel a reliable QB away from Foxboro.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The draft picks the Broncos got from this deal might not pay off in 2009 but could very well set them up for a four- or five-year dynasty in the AFC West. I think this conference is going back to its glory years — especially if Al Davis croaks soon.

  4. Anonymous says:

    John Utah
    Glory years? Chiefs have no superbowl appearances in 40 years; SD has one pathetic loss to SF; Oakland one appearance this decade (which was embarassing), then we have to go back 25 years to success; denver really just two Elway glory years more than a decade ago.

    The other 3 AFC divisions have had clearly more success than the West, except maybe for the South, but Indy has been among the class of the AFC the whole decade. The other 3 teams have no history.

    The AFC West stinks, but I’d rather be in a bad division than a good one.

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