Just like in Week 1, Cutler seemed to be poised for a productive night under center, but things fell apart for the 11-year veteran in the second half. Cutler got lucky on the second offensive drive of the game when one of his passes was dropped by an Eagle defender. However, Cutler did commit two turnovers in the third quarter, which pretty much put the game out of reach for the Bears. The lost fumble did hurt, but the interception committed by Cutler did worse damage, with Philly scoring a touchdown on the ensuing play. Cutler completed 12 of 17 passes for 157 yards, to go along with his interception.
Brian Hoyer did come in after Cutler voluntarily took himself out of the game with his right thumb injury. Hoyer completed nine of 12 passes for 78 yards, but it was obviously not enough to get Chicago back into the game.