Suddenly all of us are excited and talking playoffs again. Three wins combined with a Baltimore loss somewhere along the way makes the playoffs almost a lock (don't call me out yet cBrad, just go with it for a moment). =) And the way we've played the last two weeks, those two things are very well within the realm of possibility. Just for the heck of it, let's say we win out and make the playoffs. And to make this a little more fun, let's say we even win a playoff game or two. Super Bowl champs if you wish...go nuts with letting your imagination fill in the blanks from there. But whatever you dream up, it's going to be considered a very successful season without our starting quarterback. Only, for us to win three more games and have any success in the playoffs, that means we will have to see the Jay Cutler from the past two weeks at least 4 more times. That's a Jay Cutler who's averaged a 94.4 QBR over the past two games, which is good for about 12th in league averages....only because he had two picks against Denver (thanks Parker!). In this recent span he's played like a top 10 quarterback and some might argue even a top 5. My question is- what the heck do we do next year at QB if we make the playoffs this season? It would be insane to carry Cutler and Moore on the bench, and it would be even more insane to cut Moore and actually get older at QB. And what if Cutler somehow out-performed RT in training camp? It opens up all kinds of questions that I don't think any of us want to answer. I thought it would be an interesting discussion anyway since all of us are now rooting for Cutler to be lights-out these next three weeks. But then do we just toss him aside in the off-season if he manages to deliver? I know it sounds strange but Cutler has grown on me....I think I like him behind center and I've grown to respect him as a QB. I just don't want him here three months from now. By the way, I couldn't find the weekly QB rankings to see how Cutler matched up this week. The Denver game was a 74.4 with the two Parker picks so we know he didn't rank well there. But I'm curious if his 112.1 is tops for this week.