Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Bears O: The OL had some really strong showings and some really bad ones also. No sacks that I can remember, but Forte didn't have a lot of room at times. Forte did have a good game though, tell me again how he cannot run on short/goalline plays or between the tackles. For all those that always gave a pass for Cutler b/c of the OL but not Forte, you are see what he can do w/a decent OL. MBennett and Jeffery started w/drops but made up for them big time. Marshal not the focal point, but still a beast. Jay had a pretty good game, outside of that awful pass that was int'd. Bears D, again has times where it seems like they cannot get a turn over they also cannot get a stop, it seemed like 3rd and impossible were easy for Cincy to make. Tillman and Jennings doing exactly what they were doing last year, and how nice is that. The front 4 struggled to get pressure until the 4th qtr though. Bears ST: Gould hits his best ever 58yr fg in a very tough Chicago. Hester looks better then he has in awhile, and outside of one long play, which was called back, Cincy was held quite. Bears coaches. I cannot remember a ton of OL flags hell I think they only had 4-5 penalties all day how nice is that? Cincy O: Dalton might not be great, but he's more then good enough, and he has plenty of weapons to save himself, but sloppiness cost them. Cincy D: they are legit and the fact that the Bears scored so well against them is impressive. Cincy ST: nothing impressive or bad here. Cincy coaching: You cost your team dearly, how the hell do you waste 2 TO's back to back b/c of 10 men and then 12 mena on the field? Your team undisiciplined and it cost you a win.