That is why I see this game as an opportunity for Cutler. He has had some epic fail games in front of a national audience. And if this was still an Angelo/Lovie team, Sunday night would be one of those games where (afterwards) Bears fans want to crawl in a hole and die, rather than go to work the next day and face the Packers fans derision. In the Angelo/Lovie era, we would have no OL worth a crap, no WR's worth a crap. No TE's worth a crap. No offensive coordinator worth a crap. And a head coach who would be 100% clueless as to how to game plan, make in-game adjustments - and certainly clueless as to how to help a QB who is having an off-night. Emery has built a REAL offense around the QB. He has rebuilt an offensive line that is at least average. He has a solid offensive coordinator in place, and a good QB coach to help Cutler. Finally, Emery has brought in a head coach who can game plan, make in-game adjustments, run an offense, call a decent game - and seems to understand how to help a QB in game situations like Sunday night. This is an opportunity for Cutler to exorcise the prime-time game demons. Let's see what happens Sunday night. It should be a vicious physical game. A butt-ugly game. I don't expect to see anything pretty Sunday night. It would be an excellent game to win, especially for our younger/newer & also our rookie players. Great experience for our new OL players in general, and Long & Mills in particular. There will be sacks in this game, and Cutler won't have a clean uniform at the end by any means. Still, should be a good game.