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Bears vs Rams final score: Chicago dominates St. Louis 37-13 on the road

The Chicago Bears get their first win against the NFC this season, and played lights-out football the four quarters.

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The Chicago Bears entered St. Louis on a mission to get their first victory over an NFC opponent of the year, and they did so with style and swagger.

The Rams enjoyed a touchdown drive in the first three minutes of the ballgame, but after that, it was all Chicago. The Bears are now 4-5, winning by a final score of 37-13.

Jay Cutler continued to impress, throwing three touchdowns in the first half alone.  Jeremy Langford, starting for his second consecutive game with Matt Forte sidelined (knee), had yet another game where he chewed up yards, found the end zone, and played in a manner consistent with someone ready to take over as starter once Forte moves on. Whether that will be 2016 is still to be determined, but Langford will be guaranteed a significant role in this offense for the indefinite future.

The defense won the game in the trenches, and Tracy Porter stayed in Nick Foles' passing lane all game long.

The Bears looked like a playoff team on Sunday, and won't rest more than a day before starting to prep for next week's big game versus the Denver Broncos.

What were your biggest takeaways from Sunday's victory?