A good quarterback is hard to come by.
Since Brett Favre was traded to the Packers in 1992, Green Bay has won 11 division championships and has had just two losing seasons.
This, of course, is thanks to its quarterback play. First Favre, and now another all-time great in Aaron Rodgers.
Since Favre took over for Don Majkowski early in the 1992 season, only three quarterbacks have started three or more games for the Packers. Favre, Rodgers and Matt Flynn – who started four in 2013 while Rodgers recovered from a shoulder injury.
In that same time span, 20 different players have started at least three games at quarterback for the Bears.
How many of those Chicago signal-callers can you name?
Bears quarterbacks to start at least three games since 1992