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Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Monday night's 22-19 win over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium.

Associated Press
Comments: "Zach Miller leaped, snagged Jay Cutler's pass with his right hand and tumbled into the end zone. A big-time play in another close finish for the Chicago Bears, who beat the staggering San Diego Chargers 22-19 on Monday night." - Bernie Wilson | Read more

ESPN
Comments: "Likely the first of many great nights for [Jeremy] Langford in a Bears uniform." - Jeff Dickerson | Read more

NFL.com
Comments: "There were many questions about Langford entering Monday night. Could he handle a heavier workload? Could he pick up a blitz? Is he a threat in the passing game? The rookie checked all the boxes, seeing 54 of 73 snaps in prime time as he outplayed first-round pick Melvin Gordon." - Kevin Patra | Read more

NFL.com
Comments: "Cutler's 12 game-winning touchdown passes in the fourth quarter are the most in the NFL since he joined the Bears in 2009." - Chris Wesseling | Read more

Chicago Sun-Times
Comments: "But Lamarr Houston, Tracy Porter and Co. made it happen. Houston sacked Rivers twice and Porter came up with a big pass break-up as the Bears made a spectacular touchdown catch from Zach Miller stand up in a 22-19 victory over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium." - Mark Potash | Read more

Chicago Sun-Times
Comments: "And Langford was one of the Bears' best players at Qualcomm Stadium. He totaled 142 yards on 21 touches, scored on a one-yard run in the fourth quarter and ran in a two-point conversation for the final margin on a checked play by quarterback Jay Cutler." - Adam Jahns | Read more

CSN Chicago
Comments: "In a 16-game season, pretty much every game is a statement, one way or the other. Monday's 22-19 comeback win over the San Diego Chargers was indeed one of those. It isn't important to be an artistic success, only a success. And the Bears are daring to dream." - John Mullin | Read more

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