The Chicago Bears won their second game in a row on Sunday, beating the St. Louis Rams by a score of 37-13. This pulls Chicago's record up to 4-5, and gave them their first victory over an NFC team this season.
This is a team that seems to be firing on all cylinders right now, both offensively and defensively. Jay Cutler is playing lights-out football, and making everyone else around him play better, and the defense is playing with aggression and intelligence.
Let's not forget: This is a depleted Chicago Bears roster with not a lot of talent in many key positions. Credit for this little burst of good football goes to John Fox, Adam Gase, Vic Fangio, and Jay Cutler. They're making the right calls, and executing game plans that are putting everyone into position to be successful. The Broncos are likely going to be a bit nervous facing Chicago next Sunday.
Let's take a look at some recent headlines...
- The Bears are wearing Steve Rosenbloom down, testing his will. (LINK)
- Martellus Bennett has some pretty troll-y things to say about the Rams. (LINK)
- 'Big play Bears' has a nice ring to it, no? (LINK)
- John Fox is restoring respectability to a franchise that badly needed it. (LINK)
- The Bears refuse to give up on their playoff hopes with most recent win. (LINK)
If the #Bears back-ended into the playoffs at 9-7, that would be hilarious, b/c they can compete with any team in the NFC right now.— Dane Noble (@WindyCGridiron) November 15, 2015
- The Bears forgot to report the downgrades of Pernell McPhee and Matt Forte. (LINK)
- Will the Bears GM Ryan Pace be active in Free Agency? (LINK)
- The Chicago Bears Twitter game got on that other stuff yesterday. (LINK)
- Marc Mariani, man. You just have to, like, not do all that bad stuff. (LINK)
- The Bears still a bit of a puzzle after win over the Rams. (LINK)
- Jeremy Langford is the real deal. (LINK)
- The Bears don't feel they've arrived yet. (LINK)
- Bears players talk about 'dirty' play of the Rams. (LINK)
- The defensive line held the Rams to 45 rushing yards. (LINK)
- It took Shea McClellin a series to get going, but after that he felt pretty good. (LINK)
- Coaching clicked for the Bears when it mattered most. (LINK)
Stay tuned to WCG as the day rolls on for more Chicago Bears coverage!