During the first half of Sunday's game versus the Minnesota Vikings, Jay Cutler tied Sid Luckman for the Chicago Bears all-time passing touchdowns record (137 TD passes).
He did so at the end of the first half versus the Vikings, in front of a home crowd at Soldier Field, and it made it a little sweeter to have Alshon Jeffery on the receiving end of that pass. Of course, Jeffery did so by out-jumping two Vikings defenders.
Cutler already owns the franchise record for passing yards, completions, quarterback rating, and even the number of times sacked(!), and before it's all said and done, will likely own a lot more.
Jay Cutler is the best quarterback in the history of the Chicago Bears franchise, and after this season, will only have one more year remaining under contract. Of course, anything could happen in the future, but for now, we'll just say congratulations and wait for him to throw #138.