Jay Cutler said he expects to play the entire game when the Bears meet the Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday even though the Bears have already locked up a first-round playoff bye.
"Lovie said we're going to be going hard in that game and we're going to be going full go on Sunday," Cutler said. "That's what we expect."
Several players said that halftime adjustments were the difference in Sunday's 38-34 win over the Jets. Cutler, however, said his three third-quarter touchdown passes were more the result of him settling in and feeling more comfortable.
"There wasn't an adjustment," he said. "With a team like that that plays multiple defenses and [is] walking around and showing different looks sometimes it takes a minute to really settle down and figure out where they're coming and getting a feel for it. Once [center] Olin [Kreutz] got a feel for it and I got a feel for where the ball had to go we had some good stuff happen."
Green Bay's pass defense ranks fifth in the league (199.3 yards per game). Opposing quarterbacks are averaging a miniscule 69.1 passer rating against the Packers D this season.
"They're going to show you a lot of different looks and bring some pressure but they're going to be smart about it," Cutler said. "That's why they're tough."
With a win Sunday, the Bears go undefeated against NFC North opponents this season.
"I don't think anyone has done it since they re-grouped everything," Cutler said. "That's definitely in the back of our mind. We don't really want to take a step back as a team or as an offense the way we have played the last couple games. We're kind of putting things together. We want to keep that going."