Video: Jay Cutler Throws Passes To Brandon Marshall To The Delight Of Everyone

If and when this Matt Forte contract situation resolves itself, the Chicago Bears are going to start becoming a real treat. Expectations are high after a promising 2011 season was derailed by a broken thumb to star quarterback Jay Cutler. Now Cutler is back and his weapons have never been better: the Bears used a second round draft pick on South Carolina wideout Alshon Jeffrey and made a trade to bring Brandon Marshall to Chicago, the top target of Cutler's foregone Denver days.

Related: O'Donnell: Brandon Marshall Brings Talent And Baggage To Chicago Bears' Offense

As if you needed an excuse to start getting excited about football already, check these highlights of Cutler throwing to Marshall on ChicagoBears.com.

It doesn't feel like a stretch to say Marshall is already the best receiver in franchise history before ever suiting up. And Cutler, man: after all those bozos we're watched throw the pigskin for the last 20+ years, I will never take the presence of No. 6 for granted.

Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more information, and for in-depth analysis on theChicago Bears, be sure to visit Windy City Gridiron. And drop by SB Nation's NFL news hub for more updates and commentary from around the league.

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