Jay Cutler lived up to his nickname of “Mr. 4th Quarter” with another impressive performance on Sunday. Cutler and the Bears went into the game without their top two receivers in Alshon Jeffery and Eddie Royal, but still managed to come away with a victory.
Trailing 17-3 at halftime, the Bears put up a field goal in the third quarter and were able to hold the Chiefs to zero points. Then Cutler did his thing by throwing two touchdowns in the final 3:05 of the game.
The first was a beautiful throw to Marquess Wilson:
The Bears defense held on a three-and-out, giving Cutler one more chance as he avoids the sack and drops the ball right into the basket of Matt Forte:
The Bears have now won two in a row, both coming with a Cutler game-winning drive.
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