Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is ready to lead Chicago over the Detroit Lions

Kristin Cavallari reportedly played a vital role in Cutler’s recovery.

Already running and taking snaps, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will perform Sunday when the Detroit Lions visit Chicago.

The 30-year-old Cutler suffered a torn groin in Chicago’s 45-41 loss to the Redskins at FedExField on October 20 and was expected to miss a minimum of four weeks.

In the final season of a contract worth $49.7 million, Cutler’s looked solid and thrown 12 touchdowns, against seven interceptions, for 1,658 yards over seven games.

Most impressively, often criticized for being reckless and undisciplined in the pocket, Mr. Kristin Cavallari has completed 64.9% of his 225 attempts.

Cutler is something of a human chandelier and Chicago cannot overcome the Lions or Packers in the NFC North with Josh McCown under center.

The Bears refused to offer Cutler an extension this offseason and the polarizing passer will soon be a free agent.

Hence, it’s not exactly a miracle that the Santa Claus native’s returning early.

Directing the league’s second premier attack, Cutler’s health and play will largely determine Chicago’s 2013 campaign.

However, possibly lacking the crucial leadership abilities to excel as a field general, Jay Cutler may be sent packing from “The Windy City” in March 2014.

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