Top 5 Bears QBs in Franchise history

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  1. The Benjamin

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    I am bored and, honestly I want to see people disagree and have some good natured debates.

    Rank your Top 5 QBs in Bears history.

    I will go first

    1. Sid Luckman
    2. Jay Cutler
    3. Jim McMahon
    4. Erik Kramer
    5. Rex Grossman

    Your turn
     
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    okay i'll give my qualifications, the amount of games played, yards put up and points scored.
    1) Luckman
    2) Blanda
    3) McMahon
    4) Cutler
    5) Harbaugh
     
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    as a passer:

    1-Luckman
    2-Erik Kramer circa 1995
    3-Cutler
    4-McMahon
    5-Rex Grossman, through the first 6-7 games of 2006
     
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    Talk about Tournament of Bad. If Grassman is in the top 5 of Bears QBs, you know your franchise sucks.
     
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    meh, T-Rex was ON FIRE for those first 5-6 games back in 2006 before teams figured out he couldn't throw the intermediate pass on underneath routes. When he was free to HEAVE IT DOWNFIELD, he was pretty effective. It was nice to have a high-powered offense, even if it was for only a handful of games before the BAD T-Rex showed up.
     
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    The Benjamin George Halas
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    blah blah blah

    instead of complaining about mine or others top 5s having Grossman in it... give us yours
     
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    Do we have 5 good QBs?

    Luckman at one.... Might have to put Jay at 2.... Jimmy Mac at 3.... Kramer at 4.... five? erm.... Personally i'd have to put Bobby Douglass ahead of Rexy tho... or maybe Orton... (shudder).
     
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    At one time we had TWO future Hall of Fame quarterbacks AND the recent Heisman Trophy winning quarterback on the same Chicago Bears roster. Papa Bear liked to stockpile good QB's back then. Here is a photo of Papa Bear with these 3 QB's (the other QB was a 3rd rounder, Steve Romanik). This pick is of Blanda & Luckman who both are in the Hall of Fame. Johnny Lujack is the Heisman winner. For that matter, I guess it has 3 Hall of Famers in this pic because Papa Bear is in the Hall too, but not as a QB.

    And no, I didn't take this picture.......I'm an old fart, but not THAT old :-)

    [​IMG]
     
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    In 1948, Halas also drafted a pretty good QB named Bobby Layne.
     
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    Here's a pic of Bobby Layne, Luckman and Blanda as Bears. Layne should have been in the Hall of Fame, IMHO too. So here's two Hall of Fame Bears QB's and one who just missed being in the Hall:

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