Cutler's Mile High Return
Larger Than Life
He may be Public Enemy No. 1 in Denver now, but Jay Cutler still holds the Broncos' franchise record for most passing yards in one season (4,526 in 2008).
Hear No Evil
Jay Cutler tried valiantly to block out the Broncos fans' resounding boos throughout the first half.
Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil nearly sacked Jay Cutler for a safety in the first half. The Denver defense treated this game like a midseason clash, not some random preseason tilt.
Signs, Signs, Everywhere A Sign
Whether it's real or not, Jay Cutler is perceived in Denver as someone who whined his way out of town.
Sharp As A Tack
After a slow start, Jay Cutler engineered two scoring drives in the first half. On the day, he finished with 144 passing yards and one touchdown.
Goodbye ... For Now
Not only could Jay Cutler celebrate Chicago's 27-17 win over his former team, but he likely knows the Bears won't be making a return trip to the Mile High area until 2011.