For a while, I was wondering if the rickety old guys on the defense could teach that to the explosive young guys on the Bears offense.
But look at that: Cutler found
Cutler found magic in the second half, completing 11 of 12 passes for 219 yards and two scores without an interception to finish with a stunning quarterback rating of 140.1. If Cutler has problems at night, it certainly wasn't Monday night.
Oh, wait, Cutler did have a problem. He appeared to show up offensive coordinator
Yeah. Right. Whatever. Look, child, stop it. Just stop it.
The Bears have a good thing going. They're atop the divison, tied with a Minnesota team that won't be there at the end and a game ahead of a Green Bay team that owns the tiebreaker for now.
The defense is unleashing a hellacious pass rush, which makes everybody else better and turns into such things as five interceptions. The offense, meanwhile, is stocked with playmakers who made big plays at big times against Dallas.
Cutler certainly is one of those playmakers. In fact, he was the best of the playmakers in the second half, and it started immediately after a mediocre first half.
On the first series of the third quarter, Cutler hit all four passes for 71 yards on a 73-yard drive that ended with a spectacular bomb that Hester dived to catch as he slid into the end zone.
In the fourth quarter when the
On third-and-2 at the Bears 41, Cutler gave
On third-and-6 at the Dallas 31, Cutler threw short to a wide-open Marshall, who ran it in so easily that Jerry Jones could've seen it without having his glasses cleaned.