The Chicago Bears play their biggest game in years Monday Night when they take on the Packers.
It's also Jay Cutler's biggest game as a Bear. Packers. Monday. Night.
Not sure what to expect from Cutty? Fear not: Jay Cutler has been mostly solid on Monday nights.
The former Denver quarterback has played in six Monday night contests since coming into the league in 2006 and during that stretch he's tossed 9 TDs, 5 interceptions and owns a .500 record, which ain't half bad.
The last game produced one of Cutler's more memorable performances as a Chicago Bear. Deep into December, somehow Chicago's playoff hopes were still alive --but barely -- and the Vikings fighting for home field advantage going into what would fail to be a Super Bowl run. Cutler battled through a game against Brett Favre, and ended it with a 39-yard bullet to Devin Aromashodu that gave the Bears the win.
Unfortunately, Cutler doesn't have a track record for beating the Packers on Monday night. That's the one that counts around here.
We'll see tonight if Cutler can reverse course and take down the Wisconsin rivals before a national television audience.