Player Season Finder Query Results

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For single seasons, from 1920 to 2010, playing for the Chicago Bears, played , requiring Passing TD >= 20, sorted by descending Year

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Query Results

Query Results Table
Games Passing
Rk Player Year Age Draft Tm Lg G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int TD% Int% Rate Sk Yds Y/A AY/A ANY/A Y/G W L T
1Jay Cutler2010271-11CHINFL151526143260.42327423165.33.7086.3523527.586.985.50218.31050
2Jay Cutler2009261-11CHINFL161633655560.54366627264.94.6876.8352046.615.474.80229.1790
3Rex Grossman2006261-22CHINFL161626248054.58319323204.84.1773.9211426.655.745.21199.61330
4Erik Kramer199531CHINFL161631552260.34383829105.61.9293.515957.357.607.21239.9970
5Rudy Bukich1965352-24CHINFL141217631256.4126412096.42.8893.78.468.45188.6930
6Billy Wade1961311-1CHINFL13913925055.60225822138.85.2093.79.038.45173.7540
7Johnny Lujack1949241-4CHINFL12716231251.92265823227.47.0576.08.526.82221.5000
8Sid Luckman*1947311-2CHINFL12717632354.49271224317.49.6067.78.405.56226.0000
9Sid Luckman*1943271-2CHINFL10311020254.462194281213.95.94107.510.8610.96219.4000
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