Bears Offense Finds Groove

Going into their second preseaon game of the 2012 season, the Chicago Bears looked to make a statement. That statement was that they can score… ALOT! I believe they made that statement aswell after the first string offense seemed to control the flow of the game against a Redskin defense that just last season picked off Jay Cutler 4 times in one game, all by cornerback D’Angelo Hall. But this game was a different story as Cutler hooked up with several different recievers for long gains, short gains, and medium gains. Most important Cutler was not intercepted.
Even the special teams got involved in the scoring with a kick return of their own for a touchdown. Lorenzo Booker took the second half kick off 105 yards to pay dirt in impressive fashion, juking and dodging nearly the entire Redskin kick team.
Even with all the Bears success in scoring they still found themselves trailing with just seconds left in the game. That was until kicker Robbie Gould hit a career long 57 yard field goal to win the game.
With everything going so right and the Bears looking so good, I expect more and more experts and fans to get more and more excited about this team. The season is only 3 weeks away and with the Bears offense looking this good, who can blame them if they do.

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