"(Quarterbacks) try to operate the game plan," Tice said via the Chicago Sun-Times. "We did have some no-huddle the other day where we gave Jay some really, really good chances to do either/or, and I thought he did a great job with the no-huddle. We like him managing the no-huddle."
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Then again, it's not like the Bears are going to start breaking out one word play calls or making the no-huddle the foundation of their offense. Their offensive line is coming off a very strong performance. This remains a squad that plays to their strengths -- on defense.
"We just have to be smart with (the no-huddle) and do it at the appropriate time," Cutler said. "The line does a great job with the running game. What you hate to see is, you go no-huddle, and first or second down, you get 1 yard, then you have third-and-long. That's the thing you hate to see. You hope that doesn't happen."