Ugly? Sure, but Bears will take it
December, 6, 2009
By Jeff Dickerson | ESPNChicago.com
AP Photo/Nam Y. HuhDevin Hester left the game in the third quarter with a calf injury but he expects to be OK for the Packers.
CHICAGO -- It may have been an ugly game, but after losing four straight, the Chicago Bears will take any victory they can get -- even if it comes at the expense of the awful St. Louis Rams.
"It feels like it's been a long time," Jay Cutler said. "It wasn't the prettiest game, but we pulled it out."
"It's amazing coming into the locker room after playing against the Rams," Tommie Harris chuckled. "It's exciting to get an opportunity to get Monday off. We've been coming in the past month on a Monday and a Tuesday, so it'll be good to get a little time off."
This victory does nothing to change the plight of the organization, but at least it allows us to discuss a few positive things for the next few days -- Jamar Williams, Kevin Payne, Earl Bennett, Johnny Knox and Nick Roach.