Jay Cutler's Position On Bears' Top 100 List Causes Controversy.

Published May 22, 2019 at 11:51

There's probably not a more debated Chicago Bears' player than former quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler put up great numbers for the Bears during his time in Chicago, however at times disappeared when it mattered and threw some pretty dreadful interceptions. Despite his great numbers, his body language often had Bears' fans feeling like he didn't care. With the Bears' celebrating their centennial the team has been slowly releasing a list of their Top 100 Players Of All Time. Cutler's position on the list has sparked quite a debate. Bears' writers Dan Pompeii and Don Pierson ranked Cutler at #85 on the list despite throwing for more yards and TD passes than any other QB in franchise history. When the full list is released it looks like Pompeii and Pierson will have Cutler ranked as the seventh best QB in franchise history behind Sid Luckman, Jim McMahon, Bill Wade, Ed Brown, Johnny Lujack and George Blanda. BearsGogglesOn.com went completely off on the rankings breaking them down here.Do you think Cutler should be ranked ahead of Wade, Brown, Lujack and Blanda?

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