After last Monday night's debacle against the Lions, the Bears played they're second straight game in front of a national audience. This time around, the Bears played a near perfect game and showed everyone what they're made of.
The Bears made changes to the offensive line by replacing Frank Omiyale with Lance Louis at right tackle and Chris Spencer made the start at right guard. The changes paid off as Jay Cutler stood upright for most of the night. Cutler threw for 267 yards to eight different receivers and 2 touchdowns. Matt Forte had another solid game, rushing for 87 yards. The #PayForte sentiment continues to grow.
The Rush Men sacked Chicago-native Donovan McNabb five times, including two by Julius Peppers and a safety by Stephen Paea, who made his rookie debut. The stellar play from the defensive line led to a quiet night by the newly anointed safety combination of Major Wright and rookie Chris Conte. The defense also held Adrian Peterson to only 39 yards.
The G.O.A.T., Devin Hester, did it again. His 98 yard kick return sunk the Vikings' ship. Robbie Gould was perfect for the night accounting for three field goals.
@Jsteph2334: Devin Hester is the reason Chuck Norris doesn't play football. #4thphase
@AdamBontz Nice seeing the bears dominate. Keep it up boys and pay the man!! @MattForte22. #4thphase
@kuya_KevinLC #ChicagoBears played great tonight. Thank God. Time to chase the #cheeseheads and lions. #4thPhase #BearDown
@joshsandoval Bears now 3-3. A win next week puts us right on track as last season. Loved what I saw tonight. #4thphase
@kmener15 Hester leaves Vikings pondering.