Which Chicago Bears were winners in Week 7 vs. Raiders?

The Chicago Bears were dominant in a 30-12 win over the Las Vegas Raiders behind a strong offensive gameplan and a gritty defensive performance.
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Chicago Bears Week 7 Winner No. 2: D'Onta Foreman

Everyone knew what the Chicago Bears were going to do on offense today. Everyone knew that they were going to run the ball as much as possible and use quick passing as basically an extension of the run game. They called on D'Onta Foreman once again to lead the backfield as both Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson were out, and Foreman answered the call. He ran hard all game and was the X-factor for the Bears in this one.

Foreman had 16 carries for for 89 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. He also added three catches for 31 yards and a touchdown. It was a great game in every facet for Foreman. He played his style of football. He hit a hole with force and then fought for extra yards every time. That is why he was brought in, and although he was the odd man out to start the year, he is making his case to be a part of the offense even when the team is at full strength in the backfield.

Foreman lives for these moments. Throughout his career, he has been called on in relief, and he has made a name for himself. It is so great to see him make the most of the opportunities even though they have not been often for him. He dominated the Raiders today and made them pay for lazy tackling. The Bears were able to ride him, and in turn, it made Tyson Bagent's day a lot easier. Even if Roschon Johnson is back next week, there is a good chance that Foreman is featured quite a bit as a reward for his great performance this week.