Never have I been so happy that the Bears had a nearly 2 hr delay. Keeping it kind of short b/c the game was so long b/c of the delay and I had a ton of other things happening around me. Chicago O: It wasn't just them, but man they were not good in the 1st qtr. But they came out a different team after the break, everyone. The only one that had a really bad game, who only caught 4 of 10 passes. McCown had another solid game, but this isn't a OT game if he throws a TD to Marshal in the 2nd HIGH and not a laser right at the defender. Forte had a good bounce back game, w/over 100 yards and a TD. The game was pretty ugly regardless though, weather and field conditions just aren't going to allow a good review of either team. Jeffrey regardless of weather was clutch again. Chicago D: Speaking of a group that didn't start well, they made people remember what Rice was like the last few years and not this year. Again they also seemed to allow the opposing O to stay on the field longer then they should have been. But a few big things, Peppers stepped up and so did David Bass. The team suffered another loss on the starting D, Paea went down. They cannot keep suffering these inj's and field a team. Chicago ST: Gould stepped up huge, Podlesh had a few big punts late. that's about it. Chicago Coaches: Good game by all around. They were also able to take advantage of a huge delay and got their team refocused for a huge comeback. Balt O: Flacco had an awful game, 50% comp % and 2 int's, but Ray Rice and some clutch plays by WR's and TE's kept this game close. Balt D: If anyone wants to know what a team can do to retool in a year on D, take a look, they were stout for most of the game, and if their O was more productive they might have looked better also, but Flacco gave the Bears 7 points and another extra shot to boot...and the Bears took advantage. Balt ST: Their K is as clutch as Gould, that's about it. Balt Coaches: Unlike the Bears, they started the game hot, and they didn't have their team ready once the game got restarted. Still they found a way to reverse the momentum and force OT.