In a game in which Jay Cutler completed 19 passes, ran three times and even attempted to tackle a defensive lineman, he also lined up at wide receiver.
Now apparently a jack of all trades, Cutler lined up to the left of running back Ka’Deem Carey during the first half of Sunday’s 37-13 win at St. Louis.
He then moved back under center, where he took the snap and handed off to Carey, who went for a minimal gain.
Though he’s never registered an NFL catch, it wasn’t the first time Cutler lined up at receiver for a play.
The Bears quarterback finished 19-24 for 258 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.
In addition, Cutler became the first quarterback in Bears history to throw two 80-yard touchdowns in a single game.