Following the Bears' 27-24 win over Baltimore in Week 6, take a look at what writers around the country are saying about the team.
"Thanks in large part to Jordan Howard, the Bears totaled 231 yards on the ground, marking just the second time since 1989 that they've topped 230 yards rushing in a game." – John Breech
"For much of the game Bears coach John Fox saw his dream come to life on the field. His defense smothered a struggling Ravens offense, forcing three turnovers. His running game pounded Baltimore on the ground. And his young quarterback overcame mistakes and growing pains to make one beautiful touchdown pass on the move and a huge completion on third down in overtime to set up the game-winning FG." - Kevin Patra
Pro Football Talk
"It took longer than the Bears wanted or likely expected, but Connor Barth kicked a 40-yard field goal with 2:06 remaining in overtime to give Chicago a 27-24 victory over the Ravens." – Charean Williams
"As unimpressive as (Mitchell) Trubisky's final numbers were against the Ravens because of the Bears' insistence on sticking to their run-heavy game plan, the Bears don't win 27-24 in overtime without their rookie quarterback's playmaking abilities at M&T Stadium." – Adam Jahns
"The Bears used a 40-yard field goal from kicker Connor Barth to escape M&T Bank Stadium with a 27-24 win and leave the Ravens defensive players to wonder how they surrendered a single-game, franchise-worst 231 rushing yards." – Edward Lee