A look at what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Sunday's Week 3 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"The Bears' strategy of giving the ball to Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen as often as possible paid off big time in this game as the Steelers had no answer for either running back." – John Breech
"Playing through a shoulder injury, Howard powered the Bears offense, dashing through Steelers arm tackles to the tune of 138 yards on 23 totes with two scores. The Bears ripped Pittsburgh on the ground, with rookie Tarik Cohen chipping in 78 yards on 12 carries." – Kevin Patra
Pro Football Talk
"The Bears ended up winning the game in overtime, and (Marcus) Cooper acknowledged afterward that if they'd lost in overtime, everyone would be talking about the touchdown he cost his team. 'It's a great feeling," Cooper said. "Thankfully guys backed me up and we came out with the W." – Michael David Smith
"Bears and Steelers players framed their actions as showing solidarity with their teammates amid comments Bears defensive end Akiem Hicks called "divisive rhetoric" and cornerback Sherrick McManis called "disrespectful." – Colleen Kane
"The Steelers should hope they never see Mike Glennon or Chicago again. They are 0-2 against Glennon, 1-13 in Chicago. "Just finding a way to win against a really good football team is the goal every week,'' Glennon said." – Ed Bouchette and Jo Starkey