When Bears' General Manager Jerry Angelo traded Kyle Orton for disgruntled QB Jay Cutler, it raised more questions than it answered. Did the Bears give up too much? Was Jay Cutler worth the risk, and with Kyle Orton coming into his own in Chicago, was he the QB that the Bears needed going into the future? Rex Grossman had all but over stayed his welcome, and Kyle was seen as sort of a clean up man, or a very good second option before Grossman was officially relieved of his duties and Kyle became the number one option. By all accounts he raised a lot of eyebrows in the Bears organization, as well as the Broncos, primarily because of his arm strength, his decision making ability, and his ability to scramble and make plays out of the pocket. See: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/ ...
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