Todd Collins

<p>Collins was the only Cutler backup whom Bears fans saw through immediately. In 2010, he got his first action in Week 3 after the N.Y. <a class="runtimeTopic" href="#" data-topic-id="ORSPT000197">Giants</a> knocked Cutler out, then proceeded to get knocked out himself. He started the next week against Carolina in what has to be the worst performance ever for a winning <a class="runtimeTopic" href="#" data-topic-id="ORSPT000007">NFL</a> quarterback: no touchdowns, four interceptions, 32 yards. He didn't play again until the <a class="runtimeTopic" href="#" data-topic-id="EVSPR00003532">NFC</a> championship game, where he threw four passes, completed none and was yanked for <a class="runtimeTopic" href="#" data-topic-id="PESPT0013665">Caleb Hanie</a>. He never played in the league again.</p>
<p><strong>"BETTER-THAN-CUTLER" SCALE</strong></p>
<p><strong>Before 2010:</strong> 3 out of 10</p>
<p><strong>After 2010:</strong> 0 out of 10</p>
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( Nuccio DiNuzzo / Chicago Tribune / October 10, 2010 )

Collins was the only Cutler backup whom Bears fans saw through immediately. In 2010, he got his first action in Week 3 after the N.Y. Giants knocked Cutler out, then proceeded to get knocked out himself. He started the next week against Carolina in what has to be the worst performance ever for a winning NFL quarterback: no touchdowns, four interceptions, 32 yards. He didn't play again until the NFC championship game, where he threw four passes, completed none and was yanked for Caleb Hanie. He never played in the league again.

"BETTER-THAN-CUTLER" SCALE

Before 2010: 3 out of 10

After 2010: 0 out of 10

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