What were the Chicago Bears saying in the locker room after a 36-30 win over the Minnesota Vikings?…
What We Learned: Vikings vs. Bears
1. All Cutler needs is a little time to go through his progressions You can't take away the fact that Jay Cutler leads the league with 26 interceptions, six more than Rex Grossman ever threw in a season, but Monday's win proved once again that his natural talent is as good as any signal caller in the league. While the coaching staff foolishly let Orlando Pace block Jared Allen one on one in a Week 12 embarrassment at Minnesota, this time Chris Williams got some help from tight ends and running backs against the pass-rushing menace – also from offensive coordinator Ron Turner with those bootlegs and rollouts we've been waiting all year to see. Once he was able to set his feet and survey the field, Cutler found open receivers and made the right decision time and time again. Forced to take three-step drops for most of the year because the blocking up front couldn't protect him long enough, the majority of Cutler's giveaways were the result of hurried throws and sloppy footwork....
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