NFL: Bears's swagger restored in rout of Vikings
CHICAGO – The Chicago Bears regained their swagger and halted their two-game losing streak by thumping the Minnesota Vikings 28-10 in a critical NFC North matchup Sunday at Soldier Field.
With Jay Cutler returning to the lineup after sitting out Monday night’s loss at San Francisco because of a concussion, the Bears’ offense displayed some long-sought consistency as the quarterback and Brandon Marshall connected repeatedly on key plays.
Marshall wound up with 12 catches for 92 yards. Cutler completed 23 of 31 passes for 188 yards and one touchdown and a passer rating of 86.5. Michael Bush rushed for 60 yards on 21 carries and scored two touchdowns.
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