A Second Look: Bears Offensive Line Steps Up, Defense Looks Mediocre

The Bears fell to the Giants 41-13 Monday night in the Meadowlands and you’d think the Bears played an awful game. They didn’t play awful, but they didn’t play great.
They came out of the game injury free, which is something the Giants can’t say after losing two cornerbacks, Tyrell Thomas and Brian Witherspoon for the season.
QB Jay Cutler stayed on his feet for most of the night, only getting sacked one time. He completed 12 of 21 passes for 171 yards.
Backup QB Caleb Hanie put together solid stats, 17/28 for 166 yards as he played the entire second half.
Marion Barber led all running backs with 49 yards rushing, but failed to get in the endzone on a third and one from the goal-line in the second half. Matt Forte looked impressive taking a screen pass down the field for 42 yards, but was used sparingly. Kahlil Bell again looked good scoring a

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