In a press conference earlier in the week, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, brimming with confidence after a 41-21 win over the Indianapolis Colts, wished the Packers secondary luck in trying to defend the new Bears receivers. It was a comment that Tramon Williams and Green Bay remembered during the Packers' 23-10 win on Thursday night.
"I don't think we were doing anything to him," Williams said to reporters after the game. "We were just having 'good luck' out there." (via CSN Chicago)
Cutler threw four interceptions during the game, two to Williams, as he was consistently harassed, hit and sacked by the Packers' pass rushers throughout the game. "They told us to have good luck and we had good luck out there," Williams said.
Cutler finished the game 11-for-27 passing with 126 yards, one touchdown and the four picks. Receiver Brandon Marshall recorded just two receptions for 24 yards and Alshon Jeffrey hauled in just one pass for seven yards.
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