Josh McCown's stellar play in Jay Cutler's absence has created something of a quarterback controversy in Chicago.
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But to Cutler and the Bears, that's not the case.
"There's not a debate in this building and that's where my concern lies," Cutler told the media in the Bears' weekly press conference Thursday.
Cutler said it was good to be back and admitted there is pressure for him leading a Bears team trying to sneak into the playoffs. One loss could derail their postseason chances.
"I don't think we have a lot of room for me to be rusty out there," Cutler said.
Cutler was quick to pay tribute to McCown -- "I'm proud of him; no one deserves it more than he does," Cutler said -- but also joked that he only handed McCown the "spare set" of keys to the Bears offense.