Packers-Bears: Green Bay Gets Picky in Jay Cutler’s Chicago Debut

Posted: 14th September 2009 by Gene Chamberlain in NFL
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Bears’ defense Sunday night overcame Jay Cutler’s three first half interceptions, a stupid fourth quarter mistake by long snapper Patrick Mannelly, and the loss of middle linebacker Brian Urlacher due to a dislocated wrist. What it couldn’t do in the end was exactly what it was supposed to do—stop the Green Bay Packers in the clutch. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers hadn’t completed a pass longer than 14 yards all night, but burned the Bears for a 50-yard play-action touchdown bomb to wide receiver Greg Jennings with 1:11 left in the game for a 21-15 Green Bay victory. "It was pretty simple on what happened tonight," Bears coach Lovie Smith said. "Any time you have four turnovers you’re normally not going to win a football game, e ...

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