Kicker Jason Elam does.
Twice this week, the 15th-year pro has missed three field goals in one practice as he adjusts to Cutler and punters Todd Sauerbrun and Paul Ernster holding for him.
"The last couple of years I had Jake Plummer and he was so good, he was a great holder," Elam said Friday. "He had really quick hands and got the ball down fast for me so I could have a real long look."
Elam isn't pointing fingers. He said it's just a matter of him adjusting to his new cohorts.
Last year, he converted 27 of 29 field-goal tries for a franchise-best .931 percentage.
So, the crowds at camp and his teammates have been doing double takes as his kicks sail left and right.
Special teams coach Scott O'Brien said it's just a matter of working out the kinks, and Elam said he's not overly concerned, either.
"Everybody in the league has to deal with getting that operation down every year and getting the timing back, so I'm not worried about it," Elam said. "I'm sure it will come around real quick."
It's not like his mechanics are a mess or his mind muddled.
"I've got it surrounded, the last two days I've kicked I hit the upright twice," he said. "But I feel really, really strong. I feel probably stronger than I have the last couple of years, really good offseason workout. So, more than anything it's just a little timing issue. It's just completely me. I've got to get my timing back.
"It's not like I'm missing them 15 feet left or 20 feet right. I'm inches away from being right on."
Plummer was supplanted by Cutler as the starting quarterback with five games to go in 2006 and retired shortly after the Broncos traded him to Tampa Bay last offseason.
Elam has found himself in this position before, adjusting during camp to a new crew. He was spoiled by having Tom Rouen as his holder for eight straight seasons.
"I just knew what he was thinking. I had so much of a comfort level that the ball was going to be where I needed it to be," Elam said. "So, now I've had a bunch of different holders the last few years. It's not ideal. It's not what a kicker wants to go through. But it's what everybody has to deal with."
What made Plummer such a good holder was his uncommonly quick reflexes.
"He just shocked me how fast he got it down," Elam recounted. "But he was just so fast. His hands, he could spin the laces, he could get his hands out of the way. He was just really good."
Elam would like for the new holder to be decided by the team's third preseason game.
"Whoever it's going to be, I would probably push: please, let me have the guy who's going to be the guy so I can really start honing it on it and get into a real good rhythm," he said.