Bears quarterback Jay Cutler admitted that he felt some pressure leading up to Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
After all, he's been sidelined twice due to two separate injuries this season and saw the success backup quarterback Josh McCown was able to have.
But after a bit of a rocky start, Cutler settled in and finished strong, throwing for 265 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.
Cutler told reporters he felt relieved after being able to lead the Bears to a 38-31 victory.
“I feel kind of at ease," Cutler said, via the Chicago Sun-Times. "We’ve got a real good plan this week I think. The guys on offense are playing at about as high of a level as I think you could play around me, so it makes it easy for me. Just find the open guy."
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