Poll of The Day: Will Rex Grossman outperform Caleb Hanie?

LANDOVER, MD - DECEMBER 24: Letroy Guion #98 of the Minnesota Vikings rushes Rex Grossman #8 of the Washington Redskins as he prepares to through a pass during the first quarter at FedExField on December 24, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

In the first preseason game the Chicago Bears got to see an old friend in Caleb Hanie. The former Bears #2 QB is now holding down the same job in Denver behind Peyton Manning. Hanie went 7 for 14 with 79 yards passing in his limited work. This week the Bears take on Washington and they'll see another former Bear when Rex Grossman enters the game after Robert Griffin III gets his work in. Last week Grossman completed 2 out of 10 for 22 yards against the Bills. Do you think Rex will perform better this week than Hanie did in week 1 against the Bears?

For more on this Saturday's preseason game check out Steven's Pleased To Meet You Game Preview.

As an added bonus give us your prediction for Grossman's stat line in the comment thread and the winner may or may not receive a free WCG Peppermint!

And as another added bonus feel free to use this tread to work out any lingering angst you may have about either of these two former Bear QBs.

Also if you're a fan of the Xs and Os, you do not want to miss Steve's Anatomy of a Fake Blitz.

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