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The Bears learned, a couple of years ago, that no matter how great their defense was they couldn’t win a Super Bowl without a good quarterback.
The Bears have been searching for one for years, and this offseason they finally found one in Jay Cutler.
Cutler is arguably the Bears' best quarterback since the 1940s.
The Bears gave up a lot to get him, but you can’t put a price on a proven quarterback that is about to enter his prime.
The Bears missed the playoffs by a game last year and had Kyle Orton at quarterback, who looks more like a lumberjack than quarterback.
In Chicago, Cutler will be teamed up with college teammate Earl Bennett, who, according to reports, has been looking great in OTAs.
With Cutler at quarterback, tight end Gerg Olson should take a big leap this year, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him in the Pro Bowl.
Cutler should propel the Bears to the playoffs this season and perhaps a Super Bowl contender in the future.