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Who is your fav post-McMahon Bears QB?

View Poll Results: Who is your fav post-McMahon Bears QB?
Mike Tomczak 0 0%
Jim Harbaugh 2 6.67%
Steve Walsh 1 3.33%
Erik Kramer 2 6.67%
Dave Krieg 0 0%
Jim Miller 3 10.00%
Kyle Orton 4 13.33%
Rex Grossman 4 13.33%
Jay Cutler 13 43.33%
Other - Shane Matthews, Cade McNown, Kordell Stewart, Craig Krenzel, Chad Hutchinson, etc. 1 3.33%
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08-24-2013, 08:42 PM
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Who is your fav post-McMahon Bears QB?

Who is your fav post-McMahon Bears QB? Poll coming.

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Kramer
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grossman. only one who went to sb. plus he was the sex cannon

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I may have voted for Other - Shane Matthews, Cade McNown, Kordell Stewart, Craig Krenzel, Chad Hutchinson, etc. They're all NFL HoFers.

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Rex Grossman. Remember that time the Bears went to the Super Bowl and lost good? Good/sad times.

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I like that we have Cutler, but given he hasn't really done a whole lot, it's kind of hard to vote for him... but I guess he gets my vote by default.

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I like that we have Cutler, but given he hasn't really done a whole lot, it's kind of hard to vote for him... but I guess he gets my vote by default.
Agreed. I tried really hard to have the top 9 and throw in some Others names as a reminder in case some guys liked them.

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grossman. only one who went to sb. plus he was the sex cannon
Be prepared for, "Rex had nothing to do with getting them there.."

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I like that we have Cutler, but given he hasn't really done a whole lot, it's kind of hard to vote for him... but I guess he gets my vote by default.
He's only about to be the greatest QB in Bears history. Though that's like being the tallest midget.

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Not enough Chris Chandler

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He's only about to be the greatest QB in Bears history. Though that's like being the tallest midget.
McMahon won the SB and some pre-SB guys were much better than Cutler.

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Cutler.

He is the best QB the Bears have had since McMahon and with what looks like a half decent offensive line this year and some weapons to throw too it should be a very good year for him.

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Cutler

Sexy Rexy



needs more Henry Burris

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Rex "**** it I am throwing it downfield" Grossman.

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I was a big Rex fan but no matter how great his attitude was, the incredible passes he'd throw were never able to make up for some of the absolutely god-awful picks.

Cutler is easily my favorite Bears QB.

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He's only about to be the greatest QB in Bears history. Though that's like being the tallest midget.
It's like if you asked me to pick out my favorite Cubs WS title.


Just looked at the list of starting QBs on Wiki, and there are several scary names that I forgot about Moses Moreno, Henry Burris, etc.


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Only Kramer/Cutler should have votes

- Grossman was absolute joke
- Miller and Matthews were meh
- Harbaugh underachieved
- Rest were downright embarrassing for most part (Maybe Steve Walsh and occasional guy being ok at times)

Voted Cutler because he has been best QB to play for Bears since Luckman

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hey now, jonathan quinn was the truth. same with henry burris

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hey now, jonathan quinn was the truth. same with henry burris
and chad hutchinson

guy was so bad he went from starter to cut in the same preseason

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Henry Burris is the GOAT

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Voted Cutler because he has been best QB to play for Bears since Luckman
He's already the second best behind Luckman and already has some records under his name. (which is sad to say.. and if Jim McMahon was healthy during his tenure here, he would definitely be up there) He'll be the best when it's all said and done. It sucks to see Cutler's growth stunned in a way with all the lackluster talent, bad OL, and different offensive coordinators over the years. Still amazing to see what he's done for us though. (even if the whole repertoire is average, which is elite for Bears QB standards)

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Steve Walsh all the way for me.

Loved the scrappy team we had back in 1994. Walsh took us to the playoffs that year and though he couldn't pass 30 yards down the field, he dissected teams apart out there.

Always have a soft spot in my heart for Walsh and in Montana Football 95 for the Sega Genesis!

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Only Kramer/Cutler should have votes

- Grossman was absolute joke
- Miller and Matthews were meh
- Harbaugh underachieved
- Rest were downright embarrassing for most part (Maybe Steve Walsh and occasional guy being ok at times)

Voted Cutler because he has been best QB to play for Bears since Luckman
It was between Kramer and Miller for me. Miller really came on with the Bears in 2001. I was at the playoff game against the Eagles. When Miller got knocked out from Hugh Douglas' cheap shot - it was the most deflating feeling. Shane Matthews was truly awful and I knew they then had no chance of catching the Eagles.

But ultimately Kramer's 1995 season is far better than anything any Bears QB has had since McMahon. I guess it depends on if people want to deduct from Kramer because his other seasons were mediocre or average.

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Steve Walsh all the way for me.

Loved the scrappy team we had back in 1994. Walsh took us to the playoffs that year and though he couldn't pass 30 yards down the field, he dissected teams apart out there.

Always have a soft spot in my heart for Walsh and in Montana Football 95 for the Sega Genesis!
Saying Walsh took team to playoffs is false. Walsh did very little outside of not turn over ball that year

That Bears team was not good offensively and made playoffs with a top 10 D (A D built by Ditka that Wanny would rip apart in years to come)

Walsh did have a good playoff game vs Vikings but then got humiliated by 49ers the next week before getting benched for Erik Kramer

Walsh is part of the reason that game vs 49ers began to spiral out of control

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