Jay Cutler has made two terrible decisions already today, and it isn’t even halftime in Cleveland. Cutler, who is returning from injury and replacing hot backup QB Josh McCown, threw an interception into double coverage in the end zone, and it was intercepted in the first quarter. Then, in the second quarter, he threw high to Brandon Marshall, and it was picked off and run back for a touchdown.
The Bears are moving the ball at will in Cleveland, yet trail, 10-3, primarily because of Cutler. If he turns it over again, will Chicago go back to McCown?
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