John Crist: Let's talk about, of course, Mike Martz and Jay Cutler. I asked the same question of Adam Caplan the other day. Is this a match made in heaven or a recipe for disaster?
Jim Miller: Well, I think for any quarterback like Jay, you're definitely going to put up big numbers. I mean, here's no doubt about that. Mike Martz's offenses have always been fun to play in from a quarterback standpoint because you're going to throw it quite a bit. But, like anything else, I just want to see the marriage with running the football because I think that's going to be paramount for the Bears. But I think, overall, Mike Martz is a very demanding coach. He's going to demand a lot of Jay Cutler and certainly try and cut down those interceptions. Mike Martz won't stand for that.
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