The Chicago Bears are in a must win situation come Monday Night when they host the Dallas Cowboys.
They are currently a game behind the Detroit Lions after shooting themselves in the foot in a game they should have won against the Minnesota Vikings. Chicago split the season series with the Vikings this year before having an amazing come from behind victory in the last couple seconds of the game that was led by starting quarterback Jay Cutler.
Cutler was absent this time around but seems to be making some great progress.
According to Brad Briggs on Twitter, Cutler has returned to practice for the Bears but is being limited. Which is completely understandable.
Cutler was limited in practice and Briggs was held out
— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) December 5, 2013
Jay will more than likely sit out against the Dallas Cowboys and suit up for the final three games of the year. Hopefully this defense is able to hold Romo, Witten and Bryant enough for McCown, Marshall and Jeffery to do their thing.
If the Bears have any hopes of reaching the playoffs, they need to win the final four games of the season.
One loss could spell disaster.