Here are charts showing the efficacy of each starting QB thus far

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  1. Henry Burris

    Henry Burris

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    http://imgur.com/a/WGzPu

    I'm not wasting my time copying and pasting each, so here's Cutler:

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    Stafford:

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    Rodgers:

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    And the league average:

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    Before anyone worries about Cutler's YPA being lower than the league average, keep in mind, Trestman has been open about trying to be somewhat conservative whilst installing the new offense.
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  2. short faced bear

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    Thank god it's charts instead of a poll...
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  3. DavidL

    DavidL SuperFan

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    Thanks. Cool charts. I wonder whether Jay would have fewer INT's if he had as many throw-aways as Rodgers and fewer forced passes into covered receivers.
  4. Henry Burris

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    We'll all have our own conclusions on that. Mine are that it's undefined, because the line was shaky, Cutler was shaky, the crowd was loud, and the receivers weren't exactly getting open. I can't put any percentages on it, other than to say, whatever percentage is the highest HAS to go on Jay, although 1 was a desperation INT, and 1 was him not being able to plant his foot, because the line was getting pushed into him(maybe he could've side stepped, but it didn't look like it)
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    Jimmors The Rhymenoceros SuperFan

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    Needs to cut down on the INTs, other than that, he is doing pretty good.
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    JustAnotherBearsFan99 SuperFan

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    That's a great site. Am I missing the fumble stat in the graph? I know Jay's fumbled twice in four games.

    How about this guy's season. Holy cow:

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  7. Bearsinhouston

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    yeah, I know, I think he is the best pure QB in the league. Even Brady for as many rings as he has is not as good a QB. Brady has a hell of an organization behind him. And that is not to belittle his abilities. He is a top of the pyramid QB. I just think Manning is the very best.
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  8. Mr. Deliverance

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    LOL@ someone trying to discredit Brady. BearsinHouston you've lost all credibility. Brady makes stars out of borderline talent. How anyone can take a shot at Brady's excellence is beyond me. As if any Bears or even Packers QB has accomplished what Brady has. What a joke.
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    The guy who surprised me was Locker. He has a pretty chart -- better than the other young QBs.

    The"fix" for Cutler is obvious. Trade some interceptions for throw-aways. If he'd just throw the ball away instead of forcing passes or holding the ball too long, he'd be fine. The rest of his chart looks okay.
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    We lost one game @Deetroit.
  11. Bearstuff

    Bearstuff Yes, in the woods. Staff Member

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    lol at someone trying to discredit other members because they actually talk intelligent football.
  12. Bearsinhouston

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    ah hell....
    I don't take that crap personal. I thought it was pretty funny. I actually never said any of the stuff he mentioned. When people want to make a point, they just twist around what they want to support the point they want to make.
    I never bothered to even respond. What's the point? Nothing was going to change his mind anyway. That is the best part about always being right.
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    JustAnotherBearsFan99 SuperFan

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    This ^^^^^

    It's not complicated. Better to throw the ball away than to give it to the opponent.
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  14. jackiejokeman

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    True dat. May take some time to teach JCut that importent lesson.
    If the play breaks down ...get rid of the ball.
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  15. Henry Burris

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    Locker's a beast. He's certainly been more impressive than all the other young QB's so far this year.

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