We have all noticed two different Broncos offenses this year. We’ve raved about the high-potency, pass-happy, high scoring offense of the first few weeks before becoming accustomed to a Broncos offense that has difficulties moving the ball, commits frequent turnovers, can’t run the ball, can’t pass the ball, and is all around pretty dismal.
It has been said many times that the fate of a team is directly related to the play of the QB, and that seems particularly true with the Broncos. Just as we’ve seen two different Bronco offenses, we’ve seen two different Jay Cutlers. There seems to be Jekyll Jay and a Hyde Jay (remember Good Jake, Bad Jake?). Many of us commented on a pronounced change in his demeanor from the first couple of games starting as early as the New Orleans game.
So what’s going on? Why has Cutler gone from a passing juggernaut to an interception machine? Why is he suddenly throwing so many INTs? If Jay was struggling with his blood sugar would the Broncos organization let us know? If his finger is still hurt, would they really play Hackney? Has he lost his confidence? Is it the injuries? Is it the playcalling? What’s the deal?
I still support Jay 100%; however, it seems clear that he and the offense are in a slump! So most importantly, as the offensive leader how can Jay get it turned around?
What do you think MHR?
What's the primary reason for Cutler's stuggles as of late?
Injuries (his and the teams) (11 votes)
Playcalling (6 votes)
Diabetes (3 votes)
Poor play by the rest of the offense (5 votes)
Inexperience (18 votes)
Not as good as we all thought (6 votes)
What struggles? (0 votes)
Other (10 votes)
59 total votes