Bears fans could not have asked for a better home opener. A dominating win by 20 points with the franchise offense looking like a dream for once instead of a nightmare.
Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall, Matt Forte, and surprise rookie wide receiver Alshon Jeffery could combine for one of the most dominant offenses in the NFL. Is this a bit of a stretch with the high flying Packers, Patriots, Lions, etc.? Maybe, but the Bears have the talent and potential to join these elite offenses.
Granted, the Bears were playing against a Colts defense that gave up the fifth most points per game in 2011, but it was still an impressive performance.
The Bears are a trendy dark horse Super Bowl pick, and for good reason. They definitely have some work to do before this is attainable and need to stay healthy, but what team doesn't?
Let's take a look at what the Bears showed us in Week 1.