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Jay Cutler in Denver Blogs: Deep down, do we actually miss Sweet Baby Jay?

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Here are a trio of blogs with a distinctly Denver flavor.

Kim Constantinesco at Predominantly Orange links to a cyber-debate with a Chicago Bears blogger who thinks a season's worth of Kyle Orton has made Broncos fans wish they had Jay Cutler back. But two wrongs don't make a right.

Chris at Denver Infill previews new design concepts for the 16th Street Mall. Build them and they will come?

The Colorado Independent's John Tomasic notes that Cory Gardner's nuclear enthusiasm has cooled. Sorry, Mr. Burns.

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