Jay Cutler for President

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Ok, comrades, enough is enough. All the talk about Jay Cutler becoming a Washington Redskin or that the mere working out of Mark Sanchez is an indicator that he is a legitimate candidate for drafting, need to be laid to rest. #17 will be the starting quarterback come opening game.

And this isn’t simple speculation either. In the same fashion as last off-season, head coach Jim Zorn shot down any possibility of a quarterback controversy and reassured fans and players alike that the team is devoted to Jason Campbell as their starting quarterback.

In the Washington Post last week, Coach Zorn put an end to questions that arose from circulating rumors of Jason Campbell’s ousting. Smart move, coach.

More importantly the player in question has remained seemingly unflappable. If Campbell can repeat his off-season-trade-rumor-coolness on the football field, trade rumors and contract extensions wouldn’t be an issue down the line.

But what is expected of the 4th year player, 2nd year starter from Auburn? Deep playoffs; conference championship game perhaps? The ‘Skins, with Campbell, add another year of team meshing which has been a rarity in Washington the entire decade. Now is not the team to throw a new personality in the mix. Like a fine wine JC simply needs to come of age. It will happen.


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