DETROIT -- In many ways, it was a vintage Jay Cutler performance Sunday.
Not the good, hip kind of vintage. More like the musty boxes of sweaters in grandma's flooded basement type of vintage.
Facing a dangerous Detroit Lions team, Cutler's three interceptions and a fumble returned for a touchdown killed the Chicago Bears' chances for a second straight road victory, as the Lions rolled to a 40-32 win at Ford Field.
It wasn't the offensive line's fault. It wasn't the receivers. ...