Cutler Watch: Should Bears worry about Cutler’s INTs? Too early to tell
BY MARK POTASH Staff Reporter August 13, 2013 10:34PM
Wednesday Break camp
at Panthers 24, Bears 17
Thursday vs. Chargers 7 p.m.
Aug. 23 at Raiders 9 p.m.
Aug. 29 vs. Browns 7 p.m.
Updated: August 13, 2013 11:41PM
The Bears were in shorts and shells for their last practice of camp in
Bourbonnais, so Jay
Cutler’s performance was even more difficult to quantify than normal. He did throw one notable pick: Tim Jennings intercepted a fade route to Brandon Marshall in the end zone and gleefully returned it the length of the field for a mythical touchdown. But it was an uneventful day for Cutler otherwise.
As he pointed out,
the offense still is in a
rudimentary stage, so it’s difficult to make any
‘‘We’re just trying to rep plays and see what they look like,’’ Cutler said after practice. ‘‘We’re not really worried about the defense that we’re going against or trying to pair up a certain play with the defense. There are some plays out there that we’re running that normally you wouldn’t want to run against that coverage or that defense or that front. There’s ups and downs. Some of the plays look good, some of the plays not so good. It’s just dealing with those and coming back and bouncing back for the next play.’’
— Mark Potash