Jay Cutler picked himself up off the ground and jumped into his offensive linemen's arms while Brandon Marshall dropped to his knees and extended his arms in celebration in the end zone.
Philosopher-king Mike Ditka famously declared that the past is for cowards and losers.
We won't count all the ways, but here's a trio of keys for a Bears victory over the Vikings Sunday at Soldier Field:
For all of the attention focused on the failings of the Chicago offense, the defense has managed exactly one takeaway in the past three games (that with the Bears trailing 35-0 in Green Bay), and
The Minnesota Vikings lost starting quarterback Matt Cassel to a broken foot in Game 3 and were “forced” to turn to a rookie, one that they thought enough of to trade up in this year’s draft to se