CHICAGO (AP) — Jay Cutler realizes the product is not quite finished.
As potent as the Chicago Bears' offense looked in Saturday's 33-31 preseason win over Washington, he sees work to do.
He responded "two preseason games" when asked how far the offense has come.
The question is: How far can it go?
The Bears (tied for 11th in the AP Pro32) believe they now have the talent and depth to make a big run after injuries wrecked what was shaping up as a playoff season last year. New general manager Phil Emery addressed several areas with a flurry of moves, none bigger than the trade with Miami for Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall.
That gave Cutler a legitimate go-to target for the first time since he arrived from Denver.