This shouldn't come as a real surprise, but Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was among the biggest culprits for holding the ball too long, according to AOL's Fanhouse.
Cutler and Philadelphia's Michael Vick tied for third in the league with 19 sacks when holding the ball three seconds or longer. Baltimore Joe Flacco led the league with 25 sacks and Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger was second with 20.
The results can be viewed here. http://nfl.fanhouse.com/2011/02/23/when-it-comes-to-holding-the-ball-joe-flacco-tops-ben-roethlisb/
But the more telling stat is that Cutler was sacked an NFL-high 33 times when he had the ball three seconds or less. That, of course, is usually telling of poor pass protection and/ or receivers not getting open quick enough. Washington's Donovan McNabb was second with 28 sacks when he had the ball three seconds or less.
By contrast, Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers was 13th with only 10 sacks when holding the ball three seconds or longer. That's something he's improved on over the last couple of seasons.