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Spotlight on Cutler with Bears eyeing playoffs

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By ANDREW SELIGMAN

AP Sports Writer

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- Aaron Rodgers is returning from a collarbone injury for the Packers, but there will be no shortage of eyes on Jay Cutler on Sunday.

The Bears' season comes down to a playoffs-or-bust finale for the NFC North title against Green Bay at Soldier Field, and the spotlight is sure to be on the quarterbacks.

Rodgers has been out since getting hurt against the Bears on Nov. 4.

Cutler has an expiring contract, a bad history against Green Bay and at least a few fans in Chicago who would just as soon see Josh McCown starting. Cutler insists it's not "a personal game for anybody in that locker room," and that it's "all of us together."

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