Quarterback Jay Cutler said how much he moves around in the pocket when not scrambling to avoid a pass rush will mostly be determined on a game-by-game basis.
In Sunday's 19-14 win over the Lions, the game plan just so happened to call for bootlegs and other plays that allowed him to use his feet.
Considering the Bears are playing against defensive end DeMarcus Ware and an attacking Dallas Cowboys defense this week, expect more of the same.
"It depends on what the ends are doing, whether they're crashing down or getting up field," Cutler said. "A lot of that's going to play into whether we move the pocket. But Mike is going to change the drop point for those defensive ends. We want to move it around so they're not always crashing down at 8-10 yards. We want to keep them guessing a little bit.
"It's good to get out of the pocket. We do well when we get outside so it's going to be part of the package every week."
Cutler said Ware was definitely a player that he had to be aware of. When asked if offensive coordinator Mike Martz might devise some special ways to contain him, Cutler said: "You probably might be right."
Receiver Devin Hester spent several minutes answering questions about his making only one catch for 17 yards against the Lions. Cutler said not to read too much into it.
"If Devin would've gotten open, I would've thrown him the ball," Cutler said. "We talked about this before the first game. It's going to be game by game who's getting the ball, depending on what coverage, if they're rolling strong, rolling weak, we're going to go with the matchups. They were doing some stuff to Devin, putting some guys over top of him, but Devin's going to have his games. I'm not worried about that."