The Bears proved that they can stall and take as long as they need. While giving up a lot of yards, Chicago's defense is what held the Bears in the game and ultimately gave them the best opportunity to win.
By scoring two touchdowns in eight seconds, the Bears showed that no matter how far out of a game they may seem, never count the Bears out—even when all hope of them winning looks pretty much lost.
With that lead, what do the Bears have to do to win the rest of their games and win the division? Can the Bears brace a tough second-half schedule? How will the Bears do in each of their games?
All of those answers can be found right here.