Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler Called Audibles On '50-60 Percent' Of Plays During Win

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler called audibles on "50-60 percent" of plays during Sunday's 41-21 drubbing of the Indianapolis Colts, according to his interview on The Jay Cutler Show on ESPN 1000. Cutler said:

"That's what it's all about. It's hard for an offensive coordinator to dial up each and every play, and it's going to be a perfect defense. It's hard to do. It's almost impossible to do ... Most of the time there has to be some little adjustments by players, and that's what we get paid to do."

Jay Cutler passed for 333 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception last week.

Cutler now has a short week to prepare for Thursday night's game at Green Bay. Last season, the Packers' defense allowed more passing yards than any other team in the league (299.8 per game).

For more on the Bears, visit Windy City Girdiron. For more news, notes and analysis from around the NFL, check out SB Nation's NFL news hub.

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