As a Bears fan, I was on the Cutler bandwagon when he arrived in Chicago. I can honestly say that I got tired of the interceptions about a quarter of the way through the season, but by the end of the season the interceptions didn't surprise me any more, it actually became an expected part of every game. I was pretty happy with the fact that he threw 27 touchdowns during the season since he didn't have a full off-season to work with the Bears 'receivers' (I put that in quotes because they don't really have any legitimate receiving threats). Considering he threw so many interceptions in the red-zone, he could have had a bunch more touchdown.
If he's able to get a line that can block (like he had in Denver) and some receivers that can catch passes on a regular basis (especially the ones that are right in their hands), I fully expect his stats to go back up. However, with the most recent activity in Chicago, neither of those two things are going to happen. Even with the entire off-season to work with his 'receivers', it won't help him out if he's still sacked/rushed/hurried/knocked-down as much as he was last season.
And BTW, am I the only person in the country that thinks his helmet is too far down on his forehead to actually be able to see clearly down field?! That ALONE could help reduce his interceptions by half!