Jay Cutler throws second interception of the game

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Jay Cutler #6 of the Chicago Bears is sacked by Derek Wolfe #95 of the Denver Broncos during the first quarter at Soldier Field, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. | Ashlee Rezin/For the Sun-Times

One of the biggest storylines of the 2015 season for the Bears was the improved play by Jay Cutler. Not only was the Bears quarterback getting the job done, but he wasn’t turning the ball over. That all ended Sunday against the Broncos.

With the Bears trying to get into scoring position late in the fourth quarter trailing 17-9, Cutler had the ball knocked form his hand by Von Miller. The ball bounced off of a lineman’s back and was snatched out of the air by Malik Jackson.

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This was the first game all season Cutler threw two interceptions. His first came earlier in the second half to Danny Trevathan.

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