That is definitely not the case for the Chicago Bears and their dynamic duo, quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
Thanks to their previous relationship in Denver the two already had a chemistry developed before Marshall joined the Bears. It showed last season when Marshall had somewhere around 40 percent of the team's offense.
This season the team has every intention to spread the love and get other players involved. Sometimes they have--like last week when Alshon Jeffery rocked--but sometimes you just have to go with what it is good and familiar.
Like Thursday night against the Giants. Marshall had nine receptions for 87 yards and two touchdowns; Cutler went 24-36 for 262 yards and two touchdowns.
Heck--as long as the team is winning I really doubt anyone is going to care who gets what--especially them.