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In what was projected to be one of the closest played games on the Week 1 schedule the Chicago Bears came back from a 21-10 second half deficit to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 24-21.Jay Cutler threw a terrible looking interception at the start of the fourth quarter but otherwise played a stellar game against a tough Cincinnati defense with 21 Completions in 33 Attempts, 242 Yards, 2 Touchdowns for a 93.2 Passer Rating.For the Bengals, Andy Dalton finished with 26 Completions in 33 Attempts for 282 Yards, 2 Touchdowns, 2 Interceptions and a 97.2 Passer Rating.The final statistic line between the two teams was as close as the performance of the two quarterbacks but here are five things that made the difference in the game.1. The Bears' ball-hawk cornerbacks began 2013 the way they ended 2012.The Bears set up their first score when, on the Bengals' first possession, Charles "Peanut" Tillman beat A.J. Green for inside position to pick off Andy Dalton's second pass...
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Fourth-and-1 from the Bengals’ 27, 8 1/2 minutes left in the game. Bengals 21, Bears 17. Traditional Bears wisdom?
Kick the field goal, of course.
Not this regime. On what Jay Cutler later referred to as a “ballsy” play call, Cutler handed off to Matt Forte. Now, I digress. Perhaps in the Lovie Smith era, the Bears would have gone for it. To please the fans, if nothing else...
A.J. Green’s custom Bengals cleats are pretty cool looking.
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A few weeks ago I wrote an article titled "5 Reasons The Bears Can Win". In this article I made 5 statements of what the Bears needed to do to win this game.Jay Cutler in End Zone - Sort of.Even though QB Jay Cutler did not leap over players or score a touchdown he was able to hit his targets and get the ball in the end zone. Cutler threw for 242 yards, with 21 out of 33...
During Sunday’s Bears win over the Bengals at Soldier Field, rookie offensive linemanKyle Long took issue with Bengals’ defensive player Vontaze Burfict seemingly trying to hit Jay after he already has went to the ground sliding. Without hesitation Kyle Long hopped in the Burfict’s face and let him know that Jay is off limits for that sort of shenanigans. If that wasn’t...
Jay Cutler passed to Brandon Marshall for the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, helping the Chicago Bears rally for a 24-21 victory over the sloppy Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and giving Marc Trestman a victory in his coaching debut.
It wasn't quite the display the Bears were looking for after making some big changes in the offseason. But it was good enough.
There’s an idea floating amongst the NFL Punditocracy that Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler could be this generation’s answer to Jeff George. It’s an interesting comparison, as Jeff George was signed by the Bears in 2004; but never took the field. He’s also a local Midwest guy- drafted #1 overall by his hometown Indianapolis Colts in 1990 out of Illinois.
Jeff George had a distinguished...
Bengals receiver A.J. Green had a monster game in Week 1 against the Bears, catching nine passes for 162 yards and two touchdowns.Fantasy Spin:Andy Dalton can be shaky at times but at least he knows how to get the football to his No. 1 wideout. The third-year receiver should finish in the top three at his position.
The Chicago Bears rallied with two second half touchdowns, including a 19-yard Jay Cutler to Brandon Marshall laser, to edge the Cincinnati Bengals 24-21 at warm and humid Soldier Field and give Bears head coach Marc Trestman his first NFL victory. It wasn’t always pretty, but the Bears gave the sold-out Soldier Field faithful enough positives to feel good about the [...]
The Chicago Bears made Marc Trestman a winner in his NFL head-coaching debut Sunday rallying to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 24-21 at Soldier Field.
Brandon Marshall caught a 19-yard pass from Jay Cutler for the go-ahead touchdown with 7:58 left to play. It capped an eight-play 81-yard drive that featured a successful fourth-and-one conversion.
Matt Forte scored from a yard out...
Tweet The first Sunday of the NFL season is upon us and not only will many of the league’s star players be on display, but so will some pretty fancy custom footwear. Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green will step on the Soldier Field turf in Chicago wearing some pretty sweet personally requested kicks, […]