Cutler delivered another stinker on Thursday night in the Bears' 23-10 loss to the Packers at Lambeau, the latest in a long line of horrors for the quarterback. In three games at Lambeau since joining the Bears, Cutler has now thrown 10 interceptions.
It probably stings even more for Cutler this time around as the big-armed quarterback made news leading up to the game with his big mouth. Cutler invited the Packers to play press coverage on Brandon Marshall and the rest of the revamped Chicago receiving corps, offering a "good luck" to the Packers secondary.
However, it was Cutler who could have used some luck on Thursday. When he wasn't being thrown to the ground by the Packers' front seven, Cutler was throwing picks all over the place — four to be exact.
"Heard some talk out of the Bears: Packers secondary not working coverage, bigger receivers … we heard about it," Green Bay cornerback Charles Woodson told ESPN's Rachel Nichols in a postgame, on-field interview.
"We understand that Jay is excited about his new weapons, but it's the same old Jay. We don't need luck; Jay will throw us the ball."
Woodson and Cutler were seen exchanging words throughout the game, especially in the second half as the Packers pulled away.
The NFC North rivals meet again in Chicago on Dec. 16.