In 2013, veteran quarterback Josh McCown had his best NFL season. Serving as Jay Cutler's backup in Chicago, and starting five games as Cutler dealt with various injuries, McCown completed 149 passes in 224 attempts for 1,829 yards, 13 touchdowns and just one interception. He finished in the NFL's top 10 in yards per attempt (8.2), yards per completion (12.3), completion percentage (66.5) and passing touchdown percentage (5.8). Not a bad season for a guy who's been in the league since 2002 and had started a grand total of two games in his previous four seasons.
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