Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Thursday night's 17-13 win over the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
Comments: "The defense helped make Thursday night a Thanksgiving to remember for the Chicago Bears. Cutler threw for 200 yards and a score and the Bears held off the Green Bay Packers on fourth-and-goal from the 8 with 22 seconds left for a 17-13 victory." - Genaro C. Armas | Read more
Comments: "Cutler completed 19 of 31 passes for 200 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions -- his biggest problem against the Packers -- but his contributions went beyond the box score. He consistently kept important drives alive because of his unique ability to sidestep Green Bay's pass-rush. On Chicago's first scoring drive, Cutler went 4-of-5 and delivered a touchdown strike to rapidly emerging tight end Zach Miller." - Jeff Dickerson | Read more
Comments: "Tracy Porter was unstoppable on Thursday (thrown at 10 times, only three receptions allowed) and, oddly enough, it was a night that was supposed to be about Brett Favre. Favre certainly remembers the pesky defensive back and Rodgers won't forget him either." - Conor Orr | Read more
Comments: "So, Thursday night's Packers-Bears tilt didn't go according to plan. Billed by most football heads as an easy win for Green Bay, it was Chicago that left Lambeau Field with a 17-13 victory that reminded us again of how frisky this Bears team has become over the past month. The defense is well-run by play-caller Vic Fangio, while Adam Gase's offense is milking some of the best work we've seen yet from Jay Cutler." - Marc Sessler | Read more
Comments: "Thursday night against the Packers was more than just a game to the Bears. It was an insult delivered on a national holiday. Everything was personal. ... It wasn't pretty and it was far from perfect, but the result was all that mattered to the Bears. They ruined Brett Favre night at Lambeau Field with a 17-13 victory in sloppy, rain-drenched conditions." - Adam Jahns | Read more
Comments: "Cutler kept his head while many in Lambeau Field were losing theirs, completing 19 of 31 passes for a modest 200 yards (189 net) and a touchdown and passer rating of 90.8. The result was a 17-13 win, the third in the last four for the Bears and the eighth in Cutler's last nine with a passer rating of 88 or better." - John Mullin | Read more