Bears' Cutler Vows To Do Better

By  | 

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) - Just for the record, Jay Cutler had a hard time believing how his debut with the Chicago Bears went, too.

Hailed as a franchise savior after the blockbuster trade from Denver, the rifle-armed quarterback threw a dud in a season-opening loss at Green Bay. Four interceptions had fans buzzing for the worst.

He vowed to do better when defending champion Pittsburgh visits this week.

Cutler said he wasn't any more nervous than usual against the Packers. He was, however, "disappointed in my performance, but I can't dwell on it."