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They said it: Bears-Chiefs


Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Sunday's 18-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

Associated Press
Comments: "[Jay] Cutler engineered two fourth-quarter touchdown drives without the help of his top two wide receivers and three starting offensive linemen, all out with various ailments, hitting Kyle Long for the go-ahead score with 18 seconds left to give the Bears an 18-17 victory." - Dave Skretta | **Read more**

Comments: "The Bears have a chance to head into the bye week 3-3 with a victory at Detroit next week. That is a winnable game too." - Jeff Dickerson | **Read more**
Comments: "Jay Cutler led a dink-and-dunk parade for most of the game, but in the fourth quarter, the Bears quarterback spread the ball around with precision leading Chicago to the win after looking listless in the first half." - Kevin Patra | **Read more**

Pro Football Talk
Comments: "But it might not be as bad a season in Chicago as everyone thought. The Bears head to Detroit next week with a chance to get to .500." - Michael David Smith | **Read more**

Chicago Tribune
Comments: "For the second straight Sunday, Cutler made it hard for his critics to complain and easier for coach John Fox — and dare I say Chicago? — to believe in the beleaguered quarterback whose moxie merits respect." - David Haugh | **Read more**

Chicago Sun-Times
Comments: "The underlying story is that the Bears' defense continues to play well, regardless of opponent." - Adam Jahns | **Read more**

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