The Chicago Bears took the Jacksonville Jaguars behind the woodshed and beat them silly at EverBank Field, winning the game by a score of 41-3.
The game was actually close for about 25 minutes, but the Bears took off after Charles Tillman returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown with 5:04 remaining in the second quarter.
From there, Jay Cutler and the Bears offense kicked things into high gear, and the Bears scored another 28-straight points.
Cutler passed for almost 300 yards, including two touchdowns and an interception.
His go-to receiver was—not surprisingly—Brandon Marshall, who caught 12 passes for 144 yards and one touchdown.
Matt Forte looked healthy, rushing for 107 yards on 22 carries, and the Jaguars had no answer on defense for what Mike Tice's offense was laying down.
Blaine Gabbert, Maurice Jones-Drew and the entire Jaguars offense struggled against the Bears' dominant defense, and the team only managed 189 total yards.
Little-known defensive end Corey Wootton sacked Gabbert two times, and Lance Briggs chipped in with another.
The Bears improved to 4-1 and will have a bye week coming up, while the Jaguars fell to 1-4 and will also have an extra week to think things over with a bye of their own.
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