Found October 29, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Chicago Bears staged a tremendous comeback over the Carolina Panthers Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.  Early on in the game it very much looked like the hero of the game was going to be the Carolina Panthers' defense and the zero of the game was going to be Jay Cutler.  However, about halfway through the third quarter, this game changed in a huge way leading to the Bears stunning come from behind victory.Hero of the game: Tim Jennings, Cornerback Chicago BearsIt was because of Jennings heads up play that the Bears had the opportunity to come back and ultimately win this football game.Jennings made life very difficult on not only Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton, but also wide receiver Steve Smith.  Though Jennings did not completely shut down Smith, he did highly limit Smith's effectiveness. Just before halftime Newton was nearly sacked and for some reason threw the ball away but not totally out of bounds.  Jennings came out of nowhere with a ...
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