Bears Beat Rams, 37-13

The Bears (4-5) won their second straight game. Yes, buy cialis you read that correctly.  In fact, check they won the game without running back, buy viagra Matt Forte, wide receiver Eddie Royal, and linebacker Pernell McPhee as they were all out due to injuries. John Fox and the coaching staff are doing a good job identifying their talent’s strengths during what is a rough rebuilding phase for the Bears.  I’m even going to go out on a limb and say that Fox and offensive coach, Adam Gase have helped resurrect Cutler’s career.  Cutler’s career-high 151 quarterback rating in today’s game justifies my claim.

At the start of the game, St. Louis’ opening drive made me nervous, as the Rams gained 80-yards on seven plays and finished their drive with a six-yard touchdown.  But the Bears responded with an 87-yard touchdown on their opening drive. Quarterback, Jay Cutler connected with TE Zach Miller and he hauled it into the end zone. In fact, the NFL Twitter feed is starting to have a little crush on Miller; see their recap of his big TD run here. This was Miller’s second big play in two weeks.  He landed an excellent one-handed touchdown catch against the Chargers last week.

And with that, St. Louis just couldn’t keep up. The Bears scored two big touchdowns in the first half (the second one another 80+ yard pass and run by running back Jeremy Langford) and continued to dominate the play for the remainder of the game. When you’re recapping your weekend with your coworker in the lunch room today, here’s the main player stats you need to know from yesterday’s game below.

Key Chicago Player Stats:

Running back Jeremy Langford is definitely showing the Bears his value. He had a total of 100 yards receiving with two touchdowns in today’s game.

Quarterback Jay Cutler completed 19 of 24 passes for 258 yards and three touchdowns. Oh, and zero turnovers.

Tight end Zach Miller caught five balls for 107 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday in St. Louis.


Fun Fact:

According to the Chicago Bears Twitter page: “Zach Miller’s 87-yard TD reception longest by #Bears since Matt Forte’s 89-yard TD from Jay Cutler in 2010 opener vs. Lions.”

Next Up:

QB Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (7-2) will be headed to Chicago to take on the Bears at home next Sunday, November 22 at 12PM CST. While I don’t see a Bear victory, I do suspect a very good game. You can catch it on CBS and catch my recap next Monday.

About the author: Ashley Sellers. Bears Correspondent. A native of the NW Chicago suburbs, Ashley is a devout Chicago sports fan with a particular love for the Sox, Bears and Blackhawks. A graduate of SIU-Carbondale with a BA Radio-Television and a MA in Public Relations/Advertising, Ashley is a communications professional who occassionally moonlights as a dance instructor.  She is also a member of a dance company in the suburbs and she collects teddy bears and donates them to the children’s floor in local area hospitals through her “Prayer Bears Care” initiative.  In addition to the ’05 World Series and the 2010, 2013 and 2015 Stanley Cup championships, her favorite sports moment was “shooting the puck” at a Blackhawks game (she missed).

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