Jay Cutler bounces back with excellent passes to top targets

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No matter how you feel about Jay Cutler, Monday night he became the Bears’ all-time leader in passing touchdowns in San Diego.

In the same game, he also threw another one of his infamous pick-6 touchdowns.

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However, his play after the interception was excellent. He exhibited great quarterback amnesia on the next drive as he helped the Bears climb back into the game. It started with him connecting with his top target.

He then completed the drive with a record-breaking touchdown to Martellus Bennett. With his 138 passing touchdown, Cutler passed former Bears QB Sid Luckman on the all-time passing list.

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