The Chicago Bears were coming off a Monday night victory over the Dallas Cowboys this weekend, and were looking to extend their winning streak to three games and move into the bye week at 4-1 overall. The Bears were expected to win this game, favored by 6 and a half points in the spread; however, what happened in Jacksonville on Sunday was something much more significant.
Records were set and broken and multiple players made their cases to be next in line to receive the Defensive Player of the Month Award that cornerback Tim Jennings received in the month of September.
Players and coaches alike looked like they were having fun, and the fans even got to see Armando Allen, a player who was signed to the practice squad this season, get into the game and even score his first NFL touchdown.
There was a lot of fun in the sun down in Jacksonville on Sunday, all coming together for a whopping 41-3 victory for the Bears over the Jaguars. As is the case with any game, there were both winners and losers for the Bears, who now enter their bye week with a share of first place in the NFC North.