Game Recap: Bears Overpower Lions With 37-13 Win

The Bears forced six takeaways for the first time since 1995, as they cruised to a 37-13 victory over NFC North foe Detroit.
Two forced fumbles by defensive end Julius Peppers and cornerback Tim Jennings set the tone for the rest of the game in windy Chicago.
The Bears scored 24 of their 37 points off of turnovers.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford came into the game throwing four interceptions all season long, but doubled his total on Sunday.
Major Wright and Charles Tillman each had interception returns for touchdowns. While, Tim Jennings and reserve cornerback Corey Graham each reeled in interceptions.
Don’t forget about Devin Hester’s great day in the return game. He ran back three punts, two were almost brought back to the house, while one went for a 82-yard score.
The Bears only needed 12 first downs and 216 yards on offense to come away with the victory. Jay Cutler completed nine of 18

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