It won’t erase the disappointment of failing to make the playoffs. But the way the Bears performed in their final two games, especially on offense, certainly creates hope for the future.
After passing for 273 yards and tying a career high with four touchdown passes in last Monday night’s win over the Vikings, Jay Cutler threw for 276 yards and four more TDs with no interceptions Sunday in a 37-23 season-ending victory over the Lions in Detroit.
“We didn’t have the season that we wanted,” said coach Lovie Smith. “But after you get down to two games, you want to finish strong. We just wanted to put a better product out on the football field and the last couple weeks we put a better product on the field.”
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