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They said it: Bears-Rams


Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Sunday's 37-13 win over the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome.

Associated Press
Comments: "The Chicago Bears have been looking for playmakers. They might have found an unlikely one in tight end Zach Miller. Miller caught two touchdown passes, including an 87-yarder, and Jeremy Langford also had two scores to lead the Bears to a 37-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday." - Stan McNeal | **Read more**

Comments: "St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher once said the Chicago Bears 'were lucky to have Jay Cutler.' That may be accurate, but Chicago is equally lucky to have offensive coordinator Adam Gase, who continues to click with his 32-year-old quarterback. Despite the absences of Kyle Long (knee) and Eddie Royal (knee), the Cutler-Gase combination teamed up to blast the Rams, 37-13, in Chicago's signature win of the year." - Jeff Dickerson | **Read more**
Comments: "Credit the Bears' coaching with getting the most out of their talent. Chicago blew out a supposed playoff-caliber team on the road without its best defender (Pernell McPhee), top running back (Forte) and No. 2 receiver (Eddie Royal), while its No. 1 wideout had three catches for 23 yards. Offensive coordinator Adam Gase was in Rams' defensive coordinator Gregg Williams' head all game. Quick screens and three-step drops kept the Rams' pass rush at bay. To start the fourth quarter, the Bears converted a third-and-10 on a stretch run to Langford. The play was a microcosm of the day for both teams." - Kevin Patra | **Read more**

Chicago Sun-Times
Comments: "The two long touchdowns will lead every highlight package, but the Bears thoroughly dismantled the Rams, who now share their 4-5 record on the periphery of the wild card chase." - Patrick Finley | **Read more**

CSN Chicago
Comments: "In what was perhaps his finest all-around game, certainly as a Chicago Bear, Jay Cutler played what approached a perfect game. Statistically. Leadership-wise. Coordination-wise with coordinator Adam Gase. Win-wise." - John Mullin | **Read more**

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