"It was a good outing for everybody," Cutler said, per the Chicago Tribune. "But it is preseason. Can't get caught up in that. We start off the season 0-0 like everybody else. We have to get back to work next week."
Cutler was knocked last week for locking in on Brandon Marshall on all five of his pass attempts. The quarterback promised that would change, and he followed through by targeting six different receivers in the first quarter alone Friday. Cutler's numbers -- 12-of-21 passing for 142 yards and one touchdown -- would have been better if not for his receivers' six drops.
Cutler's right: It's just a preseason game. But the old, boring offense of the Chicago Bears looks to be a thing of the past.