Bears trying to get back on winning track

AP

They’ve got their quarterback.  Now they’re trying to get a win.

The Bears hold a seven-point lead over the Vikings at Soldier Field in the second quarter.

A 40-yard field goal from Blair Walsh following a first-snap fumble by Matt Forte gave Minnesota an early three-point margin.  But the Bears have since scored a touchdown and a field goal, thwarting a Vikings drive deep into Chicago territory and then blocking a 30-yard try by Walsh.

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has looked like his old self, in every way.  In addition to throwing the ball effectively, he drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty by flipping the ball after the play at a Vikings defender.

5 responses to “Bears trying to get back on winning track

  1. If we can’t beat the Vikings we don’t deserve to be in first place. All they have is AP. Kinda like the lions with CJ.

  2. It sure didn’t hurt the Bears to get a completely ridiculous pass interference call in the endzone on Winfield. Marshall grabbed Winfield and threw him away, then gets the call on Winfield. Wow.

  3. Great win by the Bears, great whining by the Vikes fans after another loss…AP got his yards, but so what?

    The only negative for the Bears was injuries, hope none of them are too serious…Jared Allen will get a fine for his cheap shot on Lance Louis, and should have been flagged.

    Go Bears, and go Giants tonight!

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