Week 11 will mark Jay Cutler's first game against his former team

Bears QB Jay Cutler played his first three NFL seasons with the Broncos. Kamil Krzaczynski USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been in the NFL for quite a while and has seen almost everything. According to the Bears' official Twitter account, he has played against every team except for one: the Denver Broncos.

Cutler will face the Broncos, the team that drafted him, for the first time this Sunday at Soldier Field. It should be a unique experience, facing the team he quarterbacked for the first three years of his professional career. He made his only Pro Bowl appearance as a member of the Broncos (2008).

Cutler had a chance to play the Broncos in Week 14 of the 2011 season, but he was sidelined with a thumb injury so Caleb Hanie started for the Bears at quarterback in that game. Cutler played the Bears once as a member of the Broncos; Chicago won that 2007 matchup, 37-34, in overtime.

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