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Chicago Finally Gives Cutler Help at Receiver

Brandon Marshall (Dennis Wierzbicki/USP)

Even though the Bears mortgaged the house to get quarterback Jay Cutler, they never bothered to get him a real wide receiver for his first three seasons in Chicago. When you see these numbers, you'll understand why he was 1-5 against Green Bay. The addition of Brandon Marshall, however, changes everything.

Jay Cutler's debut with the Chicago Bears did not end well. Trailing 21-15 against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sept. 13, 2009, Cutler had 1:06 to navigate the Bears 62 yards for the winning touchdown. Instead, on the first snap of the series, Cutler fired a pass toward Johnny Knox that was intercepted by Al Harris. Cutler's 17 completions that night were split among eight players... Recommended Stories

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