Will it be a chance for revenge or will it trigger a Windy City relapse of buyer's remorse?
It's strange to think Cutler has waited more than six years to get his chance to play the Broncos -- the only team he hasn't lined up against during his 10-year career. Other than the Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens (one game against), he's played every NFL team at least twice.
Still, it's not hard to imagine Cutler and the once seemingly dormant Bears moving to .500 on Sunday. Cutler is 9-8 lifetime against the rest of the AFC West and the Bears' defense will be tasked with stopping Brock Osweiler instead of Peyton Manning.
Rather than thinking about the 12 teams Cutler has losing records against, Bears fans should remain hopeful Cutler will add to the list of teams (Browns, Steelers, Jets, Rams, Buccaneers and Titans) he's never lost to during his career.