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.”

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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.

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LISTEN: Full Lovie Smith Interview With Josh Liss

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