Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 1/1/13
Another year, another let down for the Bears and Cowboys. When will these two organizations realize they don't need their QBs? I'm not saying that these teams are horrible. Both teams have enough talent to win a Super Bowl without their respected quarterbacks. NFL teams have been committed to their QBs over the years, but teams have won Super Bowls because they parted ways. QB Aaron Rodgers replaced beloved Packer Brett Farve, and Aaron Brooks, Michael Vick's 2nd cousin, was a QB favorite in New Orleans until Drew Brees came along. Both the Packers and Saints went on to win a Super Bowl.Chicago Bears I don't like putting down football players from my home state of Georgia, but Cutler is not a winner. As a Bears QB, Cutler has a 32-21 record as a starter. The problem, Cutler has a 10-18 record against teams with winning records. The Bears don't have a game manager where Cutler is concerned. All we hear from fans and the media is that Cutler doesn't have an offensive line. Blah! Blah! Blah! The Bears have a good defense, running game with Matt Forte going over 1,000 yards, and Brandon Marshall catching the ball for over 1,500 yards. Cutler was sacked 38 times in 2012 and 23 times in 2011, but Rex Grossman was sacked 25 times in the year that the Bears made the Super Bowl (2006). Rex Grossman could do the one thing that Cutler couldn't - make quick decisions. I have a few solutions for the Bears' organization: First, trade the aging Brian Urlacher for some better offensive lineman, so there's no excuses for your QB. Second, don't get rid of your coach and keep a useless quarterback. Finally, draft a young QB who manages and wins games- not a choker against winning teams.                Dallas Cowboys "How 'bout them Cowboys?" When was the last time Dallas fans could say this? After having Quincy Carter and Vinny Testaverde, Tony Romo seemed to be an improvement. Romo was undrafted in 2003. Since 2006, Jerry Jones has spent  alot of money to surround Romo with talented players. Running backs like Marion Barber, Felix Jones, and De Marco Murray have tried to keep the pressure off of Romo. Dallas has no excuses,because Romo has had plenty of talent at the wide out position with tight end Jason Witten, Terrell Owens, Roy Williams, and Patrick Crayton. 2007 and 2009 were Romo's best seasons with a 25-10 record for both seasons combined, but his other seasons have been filled with interceptions in big games. After the 2009 season, as a starter, Romo has a 17-21 record. Winners don't make mistakes- they manage victories. Romo has thrown 36 INTs in 38 games since the 2009 season. To Jerry Jones, you need to dig deep into your pockets for Matthew Stafford. Stafford is from Dallas and would be that franchise QB you've been waiting for.Chicago and Dallas need to take a page out of Nick Saban's book by having a QB who doesn't hurt their team.Sweetheart's Stuff  Advice for the Cowboys Fans; Instead of signing a petition to remove Jerry Jones of his position, you should sign one to take out that so-called QB Tony Romo.If you don't believe me, according to my BFF Albert Einstein, Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.As far as the Bears, they haven't been the same since that Igloo guy left.Happy New Year,Sweetheart 
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