Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is brushing off some comments from wide receiver Brandon Marshall.

Cutler says Marshall "wants to be personally successful" but realizes "everyone has to contribute."

The Bears are coming off their second straight loss after falling to New Orleans on Sunday. With the Saints double-teaming Marshall, he was targeted just five times and finished with 30 yards and a touchdown on four catches.

Teammate Alshon Jeffery had a franchise record with 218 yards on a career-high 10 catches — just what the Bears need with teams focusing on Marshall.