Chicago O: 40 points looks good right, except 24 of those points came off D TO's and 14 off D TD's. the Bears O needs to be able to score and sustain drives on their own. Trestman and Cutler need to clean up the 1st qtr playcalls to avoid losing TO's in the 1st qtr. To be out of TO's in the 1st qtr is embarassing. Forte had a good 1st 3 qtrs, averaging over 7 yards per run, and over 8 yards per catch, but when it came time to close it out in the 4th he was shut down, predicatble playcalling? Jeffery had a good game, I know no td's or 3rd down conversions, but still he produced, Earl B made a showing, and MBennett was held out of the endzone but still had a good impact on a couple plays. BMarsh was held quite most the night, but he was there when it counted. Chicago D: Just like the last few years the D cannot stop a team w/out a turnover, luckily for them they are good at getting them, and scoring on their own to make up for it, but against the elite teams chances are that won't work, it hasn't in the past at least. We did finally have some QB pressures sacks and hits, but a lot of it came from the LB's. Peppers made a sighting, so did Wootten, Melton got in on a few plays too, but it was mostly Anderson Briggs and DJ Williams getting back there and causing havoc. Cudo's to Major Wright on a nice pick and TD. Chicago ST's, Gould and Podlesh really the only highlights, everyone else kinda sucked. Chicago Coaches: Your players saved your ass tonight, you were outcoached and out manuvered more often then not....first time so far, but it shows how reslient this team actually is. Again I cannot think of a pre snap penalty by the Bears OL....and really not a lot of penalties in general, other then a horrid Walters roughing the punter. That speaks volumes about the postive influence of the coaches on this team though. Pitt O: They might not be great, but they are explosive and resilient to a man. But just to many careless plays by Big Ben and there is no way to come back from that. That was Cutlers problem the last several years, and now you can see how it puts the team at such a disadvantage. Pitt D: They had a solid game really, if it wasn't for their O constantly putting them in a bad situation the team might have held the Bears O to 20 points, and a win for Pitt. But you cannot allow the RB to chew up yards like they did for most of the game, AND plays by the WR's to constantly eat you up. Pitt ST's: didn't do much, other then hold Hester, which in and of itself it a big deal. PitT Coaches: they had a better gameplan, but were out manned and that's hard to overcome. They just didn't have the horses to pull out a win today; not when their primary piece kept costing them.