Coming off a record-setting stretch of futility, it'd be easy to assume the Bears defense would be satisfied with Sunday's showing against the Vikings.
In a game where the Bears needed a dominant game from its front four against Aaron Rodgers, they got a dominant game from no defensive lineman.
The last time the Bears tried to stop the Green Bay Packers they were without defensive end Jared Allen and tackle Jeremiah Ratliff.
About this time last year Jordan Mills was an unqualified success story, a fifth-round draft choice out of a small school and winning the job as the Bears starting right tackle in training camp.
If the Bears are to walk out of Gillette Stadium Sunday as the just the fifth of 25 NFC opponents to ever win there since it opened in 2002, they'll have to make their ultra-cool quarterback