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|For the second straight game, Devin Hester turned in a big play on offense.|
Bears receiver Brandon Marshall called into the show posing as a fan to ask Cutler a question.
Marshall: Hey Jay, what happened on that interception yesterday?
Cutler: Well, the No. 1 receiver that we have probably ran the wrong route ... what do you think?
Marshall: You know what? Watching film, I think the receiver could have done a better job.
Cutler: That's what I told him on the plane, too as we watched it. I was like 'Hey, you cost me an interception. And he said 'Yes, you're right.' "
Something Chicago doesn't knows about Cutler, according to Marshall: "He grows tomatoes. It was weird, I met him at his condo one day and he had a whole little garden in his house. I didn't know that about him."
Marshall on Cutler as a father: "I'm at a loss for words from what I'm seeing. He's just an amazing father, an amazing guy. We have a chance to spend a lot of time with him and Kristin off the field, and just seeing him makes me want to be just like that when I have the opportunity to be a father. I'm taking notes right now."
Critics of his footwork, including ESPN analyst Steve Young: "Steve Young played in a different time than I did. It's just a fact. He played in a West Coast offense, it was timed, it was rhythm, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, hitch ball gone. Our offense isn't built like that. We watch our footwork very carefully. There's times when you just have to kind of wait for things to develop and let it go if it's off or back foot, front foot wherever it is. But we work on it extensively in the offseason. It's not like we just overlook it and say just go out and throw the ball. It's something we work on everyday, even during the season. It is what it is. I'm going to throw how I'm going to throw and sometimes it's off my back foot."
On Bears' record-setters Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman, the first teammates to return interceptions for TDs in two straight games: "The funny part is I don't think anyone on the team is surprised. We see these guys play everyday, and it doesn't really surprise us. They're so good and they generate so many turnovers, it's amazing to watch. It's fun to watch."
On Eric Winston's comments criticizing Chiefs fans for cheering Matt Cassel's injury: "Fans have changed. It's a different breed of (fans) I think. As many media outlets as there are, fantasy football, a lot of things have changed fans in the past 10, 12 years. Fans are going to do what fans are going to do. They're going to boo you, they're going to cheer for you. Sometimes they're going to get really personal with you."
Fantasy football's impact on fans: "There will be Bears fans that whenever Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers comes here they're like alright, I hope the Bears win but I hope Aaron throws three touchdowns."