A depressing rating of Chicago Bears quarterbacks over the last 25 years. Cade McNown, No. 1 (2000) Chad Hutchinson, No. 2 (2004) Kordell Stewart No. 3 (2003) Matt Barkley (4th) Brian Griese No. 5 (2007) Steve Walsh No. 6 (1994) Shane Matthews, No. 7 (1999) Dave Krieg, No. 8 (1996) Jim Miller No. 9 (2001-2002) Kyle Orton is ten (2005, 2008) Josh McCown will be your starter in 2017.
After an 0-16-1 record in 2000, they made the bold move to draft University of Chicago Bear Cade McNown with the first pick in the draft. In his only season as a starter, he led the team to its first winning record (7-9) since 1994 and its first playoff appearance since 1992. The following year, they chose University of Miami quarterback Chad Hutchinson with their second pick in the draft. He started eight games that season but was replaced by third-year player Stoney Case after three games. Case went on to start 46 games over the next four seasons, including a Super Bowl victory over New England Patriots in February 2001.
In 2004, the Chicago Bears chose University of Southern California quarterback Kordell Stewart with their first pick in the draft. He started fifteen games that season but was replaced by second-year player Jeff George after one game. George would go on to start forty-two more games over the next five seasons, including two Pro Bowls. In 2008, they chose Oklahoma State University quarterback Jason Campbell with their third pick in the draft.
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After losing 21 games in a row, the New York Giants have one of the most successful turnarounds in NFL history. The team won its first game since 2004 with a 38-7 victory over the Washington Redskins on September 24, 2010. The victory came two days after owner John Mara told the media that he was "done" with the team's 0-2 start. The turnaround earned head coach Tom Coughlin his first win as a coordinator (he was hired just three weeks before the season started), and it also gave him back his old job as Giants manager.
Eli Manning became the full-time starter in 2011, and he has been very successful while playing under center. The Ohio State product has a 43-21 record as a starter, which includes four playoff appearances. He has completed 606 of 1,137 passes for 7,917 yards and 53 touchdowns against only 20 interceptions. He also runs fairly well; he has gained more than 100 yards rushing nine times, including three 200-yard games.
NBC/Adam Hoge The Chicago Bears were placed fourteenth (previously 13th). Now it's time to talk about the national media power rankings. Prior to Week 5, NFL.com ranked the Chicago Bears 22nd, down six positions from the previous week.
They got some good news when running back Matt Forte was declared healthy after suffering a knee injury in early September. He returned against the Vikings and had eight carries for 44 yards and a touchdown. However, Forte did not make the list of highest-ranked Bears this week. Quarterback Jay Cutler was listed at ninth. Wide receiver Roy Williams was ranked tenth.
The Chicago Tribune also announced this week that they would not be covering the NFL this season due to declining fan interest. This comes after the paper dropped their football section in 2010.
Currently, the Chicago Bears are undefeated and leading the NFC North division. They will face off against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 6 on Monday Night Football.
CBSSports.com ranks the NFL's top ten quarterbacks for 2021, with Patrick Mahomes at No. 1 and Matt Ryan and Matthew Stafford missing the cut. The site also lists Jared Goff as the best quarterback not in the top five.
Mahomes is the clear-cut choice after another season in which he led the Kansas City Chiefs to the playoffs. He has all the tools necessary to continue his success: a deep ball that can leave defenses grasping at air; an ability to make every throw; and above-average mobility for a big player (5 feet 11, 221 pounds).
Ryan had another strong season for the Atlanta Falcons, making the playoffs for the third time in four years. He continues to improve his game through coaching from Sean McVay and developing a good relationship with first-year head coach Dan Quinn.
Stafford returned from a major knee injury and played well enough to earn a contract extension with the Detroit Lions. He'll be 35 years old in 2021 but could still have some good seasons left in him given his experience returning from injury.
Goff did not have a great 2020 season but still managed to finish as the No. 2 quarterback behind Mahomes.
The Top Ten Greatest Redskins Quarterbacks of All Time
Brady Quinn is the most recent player to join the list, and he has by far the greatest numbers of the 10. During his rookie season at Notre Dame, Quinn took over the starting spot when a struggling Carlyle Holiday was benched by then-head coach Tyrone Willingham. In 12 games played in 2009, Quinn completed 60 percent of his passes for 2,891 yards with 23 touchdowns vs. 11 interceptions.
Quinn led the Irish to an 11-2 record and their first No. 1 ranking in the polls since 1975. After losing their opening game against Pittsburgh 24-14, they went on to beat Michigan State, UCLA, and Alabama to reach the BCS National Championship Game where they lost to Oregon 42-14.
During his career at Notre Dame, Quinn played against all of these teams except for Alabama. The only two teams he hasn't faced are Ohio State and Miami (Fla.).
Including Quinn, there have been nine quarterbacks drafted during the last decade who played at Notre Dame. Here are their stats:
Quinn - 4 years, 12 games started - 72% completion rate, 981 yards, 8 TDs vs. 5 INTs
Tyler Bray - 3 years, 7 games started - 63% completion rate, 651 yards, 6 TDs vs. 4 INTs