The Bears, who trotted out 21 starting quarterbacks in the 16 years Brett Favre led the Green Bay Packers, now have the most talented and established quarterback in the division.
It was an advantage the Packers took great comfort in having. Now it was eliminated in the blink of an eye. Aaron Rodgers showed much promise in his first year as a starter for the Packers, but he still has much to prove.
Pardon me as I puke.
Please, someone, somewhere, tell me what Rodgers has to prove that Cutler doesn't? And don't give me the 'winning a game in the 4th quarter' thing. I'm sure Rodgers would be winning games in the 4th quarter if he was getting gifts from Ed Hochuli as well. And don't tell me how Cutler's losing record is due to his defense being horrible while he was with the Broncos - two words: Bob. Sanders.
I'm sorry, I know Bedard is pumping up the drama for the sake of the story, and yes, it's a big deal. But to categorically say that Cutler just slams the balance of power in the quarterback-play department in the Bears' favor is a stretch at best, if not downright ludicrous. Give me a freakin' break...
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