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They Said It: Week 8

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We scoured the web to see what various publications said about the Bears after Monday's 20-10 win against the Minnesota Vikings.

Sports Illustrated
"The Vikings were exposed on that side of the ball unlike they have been at any point this season, with Chicago topping 400 total yards and Jordan Howard rushing for 153 and a TD." – Chris Burke | Read More

Pro Football Weekly
"In the first half, Alshon Jeffery had zero catches on four targets, but he had four catches for 63 yards after halftime, helping the Bears' offense rack up 403 yards against the league's best defense." – Kevin Fishbain | Read More

Pro Football Talk
"Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, playing for the first time in five weeks, threw for 252 yards, didn't throw an interception and was sacked just once." – Zac Jackson | Read More

NFL.com
"Jordan Howard became the youngest player in the storied history of the Bears franchise to reach 200 yards from scrimmage. He should be locked in as an offensive focal point after the bye at Tampa Bay in Week 10." - Chris Wesseling | Read More

Yahoo Sports
"Starting tackles Jake Long and T.J. Clemmings had nightmarish games, unable to block the Bears' Akiem Hicks, Pernell McPhee and Leonard Floyd most of the night, and it reduced the Vikings' offensive options to the last call for trick or treating." – Eric Edholm | Read More

Minneapolis Star-Tribune
"The Vikings defense entered the game having allowed a league-low 13 plays of 20 or more yards through six games. They gave up five Monday, four in the first half." – Matt Vensel | Read More

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