wouldn't doubt it when he returned from injury last november it seemed Cutler knew where he was gonna be at all times, and was probably the only guy he could count on to be somewhere and make the catch, even on broken plays in the awesome martz offense. his numbers in 4 games were 15 rec 256 yds and a TD... not necessarily setting the world on fire, right? However of these 4 november games, 1 was with hanie under center, and another was the stomping of the lions where cutler needed to complete only 9 passes all day. So really 2 games, neither of which had cutler get to 300 yards. Many of these were 2nd/3rd and long completions and he and cutler were just beginning to get re acquainted. Couple that with the totally anemic redzone scheming by martz and there weren't a whole lot of redzone opportunities. In what amounts to a two game total, it sounds a lot better... So it definitely is POSSIBLE... but it remains to be seen what the bears are going to try to do on offense and subsequently how defenses will try to stop it. It looks like the Bears are finally wanting to see what they traded for, and trying to build schemes and a team that fit cutler's skill set; not the worst idea in the world when he's your franchise player and really your only shot for years to come. They are committed to giving Cutler every opportunity, and I would take that as a slight edge for a decent Earl bennett year.