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They Said It: Week 10


Following the Bears' 34-22 win over the Lions in Week 10, take a look at what writers around the country are saying about the team:

Chicago Tribune
"The Bears are 6-3. Perspective changes. Expectations grow. Sole possession of first place can and should do that to a team, especially one with a quarterback on the come." -Steve Rosenbloom | Read More

"The Bears' defense -- minus the two games versus Miami and New England -- brings it every week. Khalil Mack sacked Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford two times in his first game following a two-week layoff. As a team, the Bears had six sacks and three takeaways.

Behind that superior defense, the Bears will be a tough team for anyone to beat when Trubisky is on." -Jeff Dickerson | Read More

The Athletic
"Trubisky was pretty awesome Sunday, throwing for 355 yards and three scores, targeting Robinson downfield and running a quick-hitting, mostly accurate offense. At the very least, he made his critics hesitant to check their mentions on Twitter." - Jon Greenberg | Read More

Chicago Tribune
"The Bears defense engulfed Stafford in a mosh pit that Axl Rose and Slash would be proud of, part of a dominant 34-22 victory over the Lions, in which the Bears led 26-0 in the second quarter." - Rich Campbell | Read More

Detroit Free Press
"The Bears steamrolled the Lions from the start Sunday, running for 9 yards on their first play from scrimmage and going 75 yards in eight plays for a game-opening touchdown." - Dave Birkett | Read More

Pro Football Weekly
"Mitch Trubisky had easily his best passing day as a pro, going 23-of-30 for 355 yards (11.8 YPA), 3 TDs, 0 INTs and a 148.6 rating. More than those numbers, though, it was the way Trubisky ran the offense, called plays at the line of scrimmage and absolutely ripped the ball on a number of throws that was so striking." -Hub Arkush | Read More

"Defense has been the identify of the Bears for years. With Trubisky, the Bears could be on the verge of an offensive renaissance the likes of which they haven't seen since the days of Sid Luckman." -Mike Florio | Read More

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