Jay Cutler said he “missed some throws that I usually make” in the Bears’ 40-32 loss in Detroit on Sunday.
The quarterback threw three interceptions and fumbled the ball on a Ndamukong Suh sack that was recovered and returned for a touchdown.
Speaking on his ESPN 1000 radio show Monday night, Cutler praised his offensive line and took blame for mistakes.
“You take two or three throws out of there,” he said, “I think it’s a different ballgame.”
Cutler said he “probably had a little bit more to do with this loss than those three wins.”
Cutler denied reports he was sick before the game, but said, coyly, that he wouldn’t admit it if he were.
Lynn Sweet was joined by freshmen in Congress, Jonathan Jackson and Delia Ramirez, and political strategists Aviva Bowen, Tom Bowen, Ron Holmes, Joanna Klonsky, Amy Qin, Tina Sfondeles and Fran Spielman to discuss the Chicago mayoral campaign.
The fifth-tier Welsh side has become a fan favorite since Hollywood stars Reynolds and Rob McElhenney bought it and launched a documentary series, “Welcome to Wrexham.”
Coach Dawn Staley and the Gamecocks are looking to become the 10th team to go through a season unbeaten and the first to repeat as champions since UConn won four in a row from 2013-16.
The robberies occurred in the Deering, Ogden, Harrison and Town Hall police districts, with nine robberies reported in Brighton Park over an hour on Saturday.
The victims included three 9-year-old children, the school’s top administrator, a substitute teacher and a custodian.