Posted November 25, 2012 on AP on Fox
The Chicago Bears will be just fine if they keep playing like this - and don't lose any more players to injuries. Jay Cutler threw for 188 yards and a touchdown after missing a game because of a concussion, and the Chicago Bears broke it open early in a 28-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Injuries to Devin Hester, Matt Forte and Charles Tillman, however, tempered some of the good feelings this win created. Tied with Green Bay for the NFC North lead and just a game ahead of Minnesota (6-5) coming in, the Bears (8-3) grabbed a 25-3 halftime lead with Cutler connecting on just about every pass. The defense held Adrian Peterson in check early on, although he did finish with 108 yards rushing. Chicago also came away with three more takeaways to increase its league-leading total to 30. The rather easy win came after back-to-back losses to Houston and San Francisco that left many questioning how good this team really is. But it also came with a heavy price. The Bears ...
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