Bears Steel a Victory: Team Effort Beats Defending Super Bowl Champs

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Jon Snowdon in NFL
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Robbie Gould's kick with 15 seconds left sealed the fate of the defending champions and washed the bad taste of last week's 21-15 loss to Green Bay out of the Bears' mouths. The Bears improved in every facet of the game in week two—whether it was Jay Cutler throwing two touchdowns and no interceptions, or the defense getting a takeaway in a crucial point of the game. Even special teams played well, with the aforementioned Gould booting the game-winner, along with the fumble recovery on the ensuing kickoff. All in all, the game was a treat to Bears fans, who after the loss to Green Bay were likely assuming an 0-2 start after a game against the Steelers. The statistics themselves are there for anyone to read, and since this is not an immediate response to the win, you the fan/reader ca ...

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