The scoreline of 41-13 really doesn't do the Bears justice in how they played last night.
The real difference was converting red-zone opportunities into points. Chicago finished with one touchdown in five trips to the red zone, whilst New York converted four out of their six attempts.
However, if you look beneath the stats, you would have seen many Chicago players actually had a nice game. The offense was seeming to gel together a lot more, conceding one sack, which the blame has to be pinned on quarterback Jay Cutler, who should have thrown the ball away. Out of the performance, I've picked out five who I believe stood out and shined though an otherwise disappointing result.