The 1st pick was the only TO I am willing to cut Jay some slack on. He stared down Jeffery a bit too much and led him a bit too far but the DB made a great break on the ball and a good play. I'll let that one go. The 2nd INT was classic Bad Jay. He tossed a wounded duck off his back foot into double coverage that was way under thrown. It would have been a miracle if it WASN'T picked off. I can live with the occasional deep shot that gets picked and becomes a punt in effect. This floater was so short that Marshall couldn't even make the tackle and the DB returned it all the way to the 2. 7 points to the Lions gift-wrapped. The 3rd INT was a miss so bad (and Jeffery was wide open in a zone crease for a 3rd down conversion that would have been big) that it sailed 10 yards past the receiver. AJ didn't even bother trying to jump it was so horribly off target. Like a home run ball hit so far over the fence that the outfielder doesn't even bother to turn around and look. Jeffery's body language was classic afterwards: like, "dude, wtf kind of pass was that?" The 4th TO was entirely due to Cutler's annoying habit of being lose with the ball, holding it too long, and seemingly forgetting everything Trestman has been trying to teach him about pocket awareness and timing. Of the 3 sacks allowed, at least 2 of them were on Jay for standing there deer in headlights style and not either scrambling or throwing it away after that little clock in his head should have been flashing red. He now has two sack fumbles both returned for defensive TDs. Yeah, I'm glad the team fought back and didn't quit but the game was over by then and no way those yards and TDs carry the same weight as they would have before the D starting playing just to get the game over with a huge lead.