Found October 02, 2012 on Razzball Football:
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For at least one night, Cutler was not the focus nor his offfensive lineman-slapping ways.  The Chicago Bears defense was front and center on this night, creating 5 turnovers and was leading their team in scoring up until the last major Bears drive of the night which, of course, was started by an interception.  Bears Offense 20, Bears Defense 14.  Overall, neither team ever really got going on offense and both teams were equally impressive defensively.  Scary thought?  If Bears don’t score two defensive TDs, maybe they only win 16-10 and are in danger of losing on a late fling down the field.  For Chicago Bears defensive owners, tonight was your night and I’m sure it won a few leagues in the bold and glorious come from behind fashion.  Overall, this game was over before the 4th quarter really got rolling.  Every twitter account with a #MNF after it told me what they were doing other than watching the game.  That’s what happens when inept offense meets strong defense, I guess.  Oh we...
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