Smith: Bears Facing A ‘One-Game Season’

CHICAGO (CBS) — Following the loss in Minnesota, Bears coach Lovie Smith now looks ahead to what he called a “one-game season”–an all-important game against rival Green Bay.

“We have a three-game season, really a one-game season,” Smith said Monday in an interview with WBBM Newsradio’s Josh Liss. “It should come down that way where we have to beat our rival to stay in position.”

As for the status of quarterback Jay Cutler, who was knocked out of the game in the fourth quarter: “Jay has a neck injury and hopefully, he’ll be OK, soon,” Smith said.

LISTEN: Full Lovie Smith Interview With Josh Liss

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