Whew!!! The Chicago Bears ripped off 21 unanswered fourth quarter points to roar past the Cleveland Browns and secure a much needed 38-31 victory over the Cleveland Browns. It looked a little dicey for a while, with Cutler throwing a pair of first half interceptions, including a pick-6 in a shaky return from a high ankle sprain. But once Cutler and the Bears settled down and settled in, they managed to overcome a pair of Browns defensive touchdowns to rally to a 38-31 win and keep their playoff hopes alive.
Jay Cutler was clearly rusty early on, throwing a pair of first half TD’s, both balls were tipped passes intended for Brandon Marshall. Cutler finished up the day going 22 of 31 for 265 yards with 3 TD’s and 2 INT’s and a Quarterback Rating of 102.2.