Posted September 14, 2012 on gnb.scout.com
Still feeling his way through a new scheme, Cedric Benson outgained the entire Bears offensive in the first half and picked up at least 6 yards on 10 occasions after never gaining more than 4 last week. An offensive line made up of "prideful guys" lent a big helping hand, as well.
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