Good morning Bears fans! Welcome to a Victory Monday version of Bear Dawn.
It’s a Great day to be a Bears fan!
What a game huh!
Here are some things people are saying and talking about involving your Chicago Bears
In case you didn’t get a chance to watch the game, or if you did but want to check it out any ways, here are the highlights.
Jon Greenberg of ESPN Chicago think that Jay Cutler is just like you (me too for what its worth).
Mike Imrem of the Daily Herald believes the Bears are speaking a new language; and it might just be the language of love…
There is a different feel to a similar style of football in Chicago.
Our very own Boomer’s keys to victory vs the Bengals revisited; did things go the way he expected?
According to Adam Jahns, it was a tale of two halves.
Charles Tillman has the respect of A.J. Green. Apparently the two met at mid field, took off their jerseys, signed them and traded with each other.
A Chicago Bears fan turned his backyard into a mini Soldier Field.
The rookie right side earned the trust of Trestman and Cutler during their first start.
Mark Potash of the Sun-Times gives out grades after the first game.
New Head Coach Marc Trestman is not afraid of taking chances, much to the delight of his players.
A photo gallery of the game.
Jay Cutler likes the way the line protected him (you know, by actually blocking guys on the other team).
Brandon Marshall is developing a man-crush for Coach Trestman. I can think of an early Valentine gift that would be perfect; a Super Bowl victory on February 2, 2014; the perfect little something for the one you love…
Martellus Bennett learns to channel his “inner Brandon Marshall“.
Lance Briggs is a big believer in the mantra “Just Win Baby“.
Even after becoming just the 4th Head Coach in team history to win in his debut, Coach [Marc] Trestman deflected attention about him to his players. Sunday is about the players.
A youtube video I stumbled upon a couple of years ago that I play after every win at my house.
Have a Great Day Bears Fans!!!
Topics: A.J. Green, Adam Jahns, Brandon Marshall, Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears, ESPN Chicago, Jay Cutler, Jeff Dickerson, Jordan Mills, Kyle Long, Lance Briggs, Marc Trestman, Martellus Bennett, Michael C. Wright