Rough Draft: NFC West And The Cutler Effect

April 3rd, 2009
Already labeled a short term replacement for Jay Cutler, reports draft guru Justin Pawlowski, Kyle Ortons Broncos should be looking for an upgrade at quarterback in the 2009 NFL Draft.

Already labeled a "short term" replacement" for Jay Cutler, reports NFL Draft guru Justin Pawlowski, Kyle Orton's Broncos are likely looking to trade up for a quarterback.

Three of four NFC West teams have first round selections before the Bucs. What happens in this division is critical to the Bucs’ options.

In addition to breaking down the needs and likely directions of the NFC West teams, Justin Pawlowski, resident NFL Draft expert of 620 WDAE-AM, The Sports Animal, talks about the draft fallout of the Jay Cutler trade.

Kansas City Chiefs’ No. 3 pick could now be a target of the Denver Broncos, Pawlowski says, in order to nab quarterback Mark Sanchez who is likely in the sights of the Seattle Seahawks at No. 4. 

Also, daily study of the college talent pool in 2009 is leading Pawlowski to sour greatly on the Bucs’ trade for Kellen Winslow.

Pawlowski explains his observations {+++} in today’s daily podcast. Enjoy.


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