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Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler is happy, that's half the battle for new coach Marc Trestman. However, the bigger storyline in the Windy City is the team have a functional offense as their come from behind win against the Minnesota Vikings proved and moved the Bears to No. 10 in the Profootballtalk.com power rankings.
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