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Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Sunday's win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium.

Associated Press
Comments: "Running back Ka'Deem Carey delivered a glimpse of what he might be able to contribute moving forward, rushing for one touchdown and catching a pass for another Sunday to help the Bears stop a three-game losing streak with a 26-21 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers." - Fred Goodall | Read more

ESPN
Comments: "[Harold] Jones-Quartey and [Jon] Anderson distinguished themselves as possible future building blocks." - Jeff Dickerson | Read more

NFL.com
Comments: "The Bears ground down the Bucs with the run game. Jeremy Langford was the best back on the field Sunday -- which included the NFL's No. 2 rusher Doug Martin. The rookie galloped through and around defenders for 83 yards on 19 carries. Langford displays a good combination of vision, power and burst." - Kevin Patra | Read more

Chicago Sun-Times
Comments: "The Bucs also couldn't stop the vaunted running attack of Kyle Long, Jeremy Langford and Ka'Deem Carey. Ka'Deem Carey? Ka'Deem Carey. He scored the Bears' two touchdowns, one running and one receiving. Langford ran 19 times for 83 yards. Forte averaged 4.9 yards on 11 carries. Three backs and a cloud of dust." - Rick Morrissey | Read more

CSN Chicago
Comments: "The message was not lost, not on a [Bears] defense that shut down the NFL's No. 2 rusher, Doug Martin, with 49 yards and 2.9 per carry. It was not lost on a [Bears] offense that mauled the NFL's No. 2 rushing defense with 174 yards on the ground." - John Mullin | Read more

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