Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers exposed the Chicago Bears’ hapless defense, but Cutler did little to help the cause, tossing a pair of interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and losing a fumble.
According to ESPN, Jay Cutler has committed 15 turnovers (10 interceptions and five lost fumbles) in nine games this season. The Packers own him as well. It was a horrible performance by Cutler and the Bears who just could not get it done. Cutler felt he had a good bye week, but the Bears laid down.
“I thought we had a great bye week,” Cutler said after the Bears fell to 3-6. “We had a heck of a three practices and I told Marc [Trestman] that on Saturday. I thought we would bring that into this game. To play like that is pretty much embarrassing.”
The highest paid quarterback in 2014 has thrown 22 career interceptions in 12 games against Green Bay.
“I think we’re all searching for answers right now,” Cutler said. “As players, we need to figure this out and look inside each player and find out what’s really going on inside. There are a lot of frustrated guys in that locker room right now and frustrated coaches. The only thing we have to do is stick together and keep working, and try to get out of this hole and get things back together.”