Josh McCown has been so much better than expected as Jay Cutler's stand-in during Cutler's four-game absence. On the season, McCown has thrown 13 touchdowns and one interception with a Total QBR of 85.7. With Cutler healthy, however, the Bears have decided they're going to go with the big name, announcing that Cutler will start Sunday's game against the Browns. Cutler played reasonably well prior to his injury, although he has thrown seven more interceptions than McCown has in 2013. This isn't exactly a Brady-or-Bledsoe situation -- McCown is a 34-year-old career backup who may have simply hit on a hot streak -- but if the Bears suddenly start losing, coach Marc Trestman will have some uncomfortable questions to answer.

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