Chicago Bears: Top 5 Players in the Victory over Indianapolis

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Chicago Bears: Top 5 Players in the Victory over Indianapolis
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The Bears won their season opener 41-21

After a horrendous start to the game, the Bears would rebound and dominate the Indianapolis Colts. The Bears asserted themselves in all phases of the game today.

The Colts just did not know what hit them. Dwight Freeney left the game early because of an ankle injury, and Robert Mathis started the game with two sacks but would be mostly ineffective for the remainder of the game.

The Bears' defense stood its ground, the offense looked in-sync and the Bears also handled business on special teams.

Jay Cutler did make some bad decisions today. Decisions such as the first-quarter interception that went for a touchdown, and all of the balls he threw toward Brandon Marshall that were in double and triple coverage. 

But luckily those decisions did not impact the outcome of the game. Andrew Luck also got his first official start in the National Football League.

After a nearly flawless preseason, Luck finally got to see the true grind of an NFL game. Here are the five Bears players who propelled the team to victory today...

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