Kyle Fuller's first of two interceptions in a Week 2 win over the 49ers has been voted by fans on ChicagoBears.com as the Bears' top play of the season.
The pick came when the rookie cornerback plucked Colin Kaepernick's pass away from Michael Crabtree, jumped to his feet and returned it 20 yards to the San Francisco 6.
"I was just going in initially really just to get a [pass breakup] and then the ball happened to be there and I happened to make a play," Fuller said after the game.
The Bears converted the interception into Jay Cutler's 3-yard touchdown pass to Martellus Bennett, taking their first lead at 21-20 early in the fourth quarter en route to a 28-20 win.
Fuller struck again on the 49ers' next possession, drifting over to intercept Kaepernick's pass intended for tight end Derek Carrier and returning it 18 yards to the San Francisco 42.
Four plays later, Cutler rifled a 3-yard TD pass to Brandon Marshall, increasing the Bears' lead to 28-20 with 6:55 remaining.
Fuller became the first Bears rookie to intercept two passes in a game since Chris Harris, an assistant coach with the team, accomplished the feat in 2005.
"He has no fear," Marshall said. "There's no wide receiver, no moment that's bigger than he is. He has a great skillset, but better yet his attitude is amazing and his approach to the game is amazing."
"From Day 1 you could tell he could play," Cutler said. "You could tell he was going to be really good in this league. You'd think he was in this league five or six years the way he carries himself. It's fun to watch him."