There's a very distinct division in the Windy City these days. It involves the alleged new golden boy of the Chicago Bears, Jay Cutler. Half the people love him, adore him, and believe he's the one who will lead us to the promised land where the Lombardi Trophy lies at the top of the mountain.
Others though, like myself, hold a great deal of caution. See that fella in the picture? That's Jim Miller, one of the best Bears' quarterbacks of the decade. Maybe that's why I hold so tightly to the bag of confetti before dumping it on Mr. Cutler. Also, consider the fact that our beloved Monsters of the Midway have had 12 different starting quarterbacks since 1999. You could say we've been blessed with many quarterbacks, except all of them haven't been, y'know...good.
To make sure you keep this in mind as the beloved Jay takes the field, here's the seven worst Bears' starting quarterbacks of the past decade, in no particular order.