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Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Monday's 27-19 victory over the Jets in New York.

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See the story of the Bears' win over the Jets through our photographers' lenses.

ESPN** Comments: "Looking for a sign? How about plus-6 in turnover margin the past two weeks? Plus-4 against the 49ers, followed up by plus-2 against the Jets." - Michael Wilbon Read more

Sports Illustrated
Comments: "It's here when Cutler is at his most frustrating for a defense, when he combines his athleticism and amazing arm to present a series of impossible problems." - Doug Farrar Read more

NBC Sports
Comments: "The Bears have the potential to have one of the league's best passing attacks. They can't afford slow starts like this every week, but the fact they recovered the way they did is only a good sign for the rest of the season." - Darin Gantt Read more

NFL.com
Comments: "Safety Ryan Mundy delivered the quickest pick-six in Monday Night Football history, taking an ill-advised Geno Smith screen pass to the house for an early lead." - Chris Wesseling Read more

CBS Sports
Comments: "Jay Cutler's favorite target on Monday was Alshon Jeffery, unless the Bears got near the end zone, then his favorite target became Martellus Bennett." - John Breech Read more

Yahoo! Sports
Comments: "The Bears needed a play. They got one. Jeffery once more picked on (Antonio) Allen, snagging a lob from Cutler on 3rd and 9 to convert a first down." - Eric Edholm Read more

USA Today
Comments: "The Bears now return home where they'll host the division-rival Green Bay Packers on Sunday. A Chicago victory could carry post-season implications, with the NFC North wide open at this point." - Lorenzo Reyes Read more

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