Jay Cutler's been seeing this all season, a rerun on an endless loop, and he's not ready to change the channel.
Not when the defense is performing like this. And not when the wins keep piling up.
''Unbelievable,'' Cutler said.
Actually, it's the norm this season.
Cutler returned after bruising his ribs, and Brian Urlacher made a key fumble recovery to help the Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions 13-7 Monday night for their fourth straight win.
''Those guys are playing so well, flying to the ball, stopping the run,'' Cutler said. ''They're tough against the pass, they're tough down at the goal line. You can't say enough about the way they're coming together.''
It was certainly not an easy night for the NFC North leaders, particularly their quarterback, but they came away with the win after a week off and possibly buried Detroit (2-4) in the process despite getting a major scare along the way.