Revisiting Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears: Who Really Came out on Top?

During the 2009 offseason, the Chicago Bears made a blockbuster trade that brought Jay Cutler and a fifth-round pick to Chicago in return for Kyle Orton, two first-round picks, and a third-rounder.
Now that we have had some time for the draft picks to make their impact and both starting quarterbacks to get acclimated to their systems, let’s see how each team made out and who really came out on top.
Denver Broncos (Kyle Orton, 1st-round picks in 2009 and 2010, 3rd-round pick in 2009)
Kyle Orton was originally expected to be a stop-gap until the Broncos were able to pick up another top quarterback.
That formula has panned out as expected, as the Broncos picked up Tim Tebow in the 2010 NFL Draft, but Kyle Orton has played better than expected despite a losing record as quarterback of the Broncos.
In 28 starts over two seasons, Orton has thrown for

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