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When Drew Brees needed a 12-yard completion to keep a drive alive against Chicago's vaunted defense, he stepped up in the pocket and aired it out instead.
Brian Urlacher had an interception and returned a fumble for a touchdown, Jay Cutler threw for 312 yards and two scores and the Chicago Bears pounded Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons 30-12 on Sunday.
As opening arguments go, the Chicago Bears sure made a strong one.
Clearly, Jay Cutler is trying to lead the Chicago Bears.
Mike Tice refers to it in jest as the night he "almost resigned."
In their relentlessly frustrating search for a victory, the Buffalo Bills have now proven they're equally as bumbling on both sides of the border.
All through the Chicago Bears locker room, players insist the coaches are doing all they can, that the offensive scheme is just fine.
Lovie Smith insists he has no regrets and would make the same call again even though the Chicago Bears came away without a point.
Many running backs would be a little anxious if their team signed another proven back during free agency.