Quarterback Jay Cutler had spent much of the 2009 season steadily losing the support and confidence of the famously fickle members of Bears Nation.
He did quite a bit to halt that trend Monday night.
The embattled former Commodore completed 20-35 passes for 273 yards and a season-high four touchdowns in a poised performance against a Minnesota team fighting for a first-round bye in the playoffs. His last pass was the best, finding Devin Aromashadu (a name we should hear a lot next season because this guy is a stud) behind the Vikings secondary for a 39-yard score with a perfectly thrown ball to win the game in overtime, 36-30.
For the last 10 weeks, the Bears had looked like a joke. They had lost eight times, four by 20 points or more, and Cutler had been, to not ...
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