(GREEN BAY, Wis.) — So much for those Bears wide receivers. After Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said “good luck” when referencing the chance the Green Bay Packers could stop the Bears wide receivers, the Packers did just that. Chicago wideouts had a combined five catches, in a 23-10 defeat at the hands of the Packers, Thursday night.
It wasn’t only the Bears receivers that struggled Thursday, it was the whole offense. Jay Cutler completed 11-of-27 passes, for 126 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions. He was also sacked seven times causing him to yell at some of his offensive lineman.
“I care about this (football), this isn’t just a hobby for me. I’m not doing this for my health,” Cutler said in response to his yelling. “I’m trying to win football games…I’m trying to get first downs. When we’re not doing the little things, when we’re not doing things the right way consistently, I’m going to say something. If they want a quarterback that doesn’t care then they can get somebody else.”
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed 22-of-32 passes, for 219 yards, with one touchdown and one interception in the win.
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