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They Said It: Week 11


Following the Bears' 25-20 win over the Vikings in Week 11, take a look at what writers around the country are saying about the team:

Pro Football Weekly
"There will be more tests for the Bears to take and pass, but not only did they pass their biggest for this season Sunday night at Soldier Field, they aced it." -Hub Arkush | Read More

The Athletic
"Ground your helicopters and let your Super Bowl dreams soar, because this Bears team is flying high. Higher than you thought they could fly. Maybe even higher than they thought they could fly." -Jon Greenberg | Read More

Chicago Tribune
"Stage fright? These Bears? Hardly.In the Bears' biggest all-around test of the season so far, Matt Nagy's team embraced the increased spotlight, rose to meet the moment and thumped the Vikings 25-20." -Dan Wiederer | Read More

Chicago Sun Times
"In their biggest game in five years, the Bears didn't shrink in the moment. Neither did [Bears kicker Cody] Parkey, who spent two nights last week kicking inside an empty Soldier Field. He made all of his kicks against the Vikings, none bigger than the last." -Patrick Finley | Read More

Star Tribune
"But for this night, Sunday night, a national TV audience saw the Bears play the best defense in a division won by Mike Zimmer's superior Vikings defense two of the past three years." -Mark Craig | Read More

"The Bears appear on the verge of building something with staying power. Chicago's roster is loaded with a nucleus of young players at key positions, and, of course, the Bears also have star pass-rusher Khalil Mack, who tormented the Vikings' suspect offensive line. The Bears dominated on defense on Sunday. Dominated." -Jeff Dickerson | Read More

USA Today
"The Chicago Bears truly are the kings of the NFC North." -Nancy Armour | Read More

Yahoo! Sports
"The Chicago Bears' loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLI was 12 seasons ago. The Bears have been back to the playoffs once since then. That drought looks like it's about to end." -Frank Schwab | Read More

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