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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler drops back to pass during Chicago Bears minicamp.
13. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Ryan would be ranked higher, but his team has never won a playoff game. He's struggled in the playoffs and failed to come through in clutch situations, even though the Falcons are a great team.
He throws a good amount of touchdowns and interceptions, and he topped 4,000 yards in 2011, but he is inconsistent. You never know if Ryan will play like an MVP or a third-string quarterback.
Overall, Ryan is a good quarterback. However, in a passing league, I don't think he deserves to make the top 10.
12. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Cutler is a good quarterback who can win games for his team, but he only has one playoff appearance. In Denver, he couldn't come through in the clutch.
In Chicago, he has gotten better at that. He can throw a good deep ball, but he can also lead short drives. The only reason that he isn't higher on this list is that he throws a lot of interceptions.
Cutler is a good quarterback, and he is very close to making the making the top 10. However, I think the quarterbacks ahead of him are a little bit better.
11. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Overall, Romo is a good quarterback. However, just like Ryan, he isn't great in clutch situations, and he has constantly frustrated the Cowboy faithful.
Romo is a good quarterback who throws for a good amount of yards, touchdowns and interceptions. He can be inaccurate at times, but he has a 66.3 percent completion percentage. If Romo could come through in the clutch, he would be higher on my list.