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TORONTO -- Crazy things can happen in a country where the loonie is a form of currency, rather than simply a description of Mike Martz's playcalling.
Defying recent precedence, not to mention diminished expectations, the Bears proved they can still do the little things right.
In a 22-19 win over the feisty Buffalo Bills on somewhat-neutral ground, the offensive line actually blocked, Jay Cutler correctly recognized pressure, the Bears scored from the 1-yard line, scored in the third quarter -- both firsts this season if you haven't been counting -- and converted more third downs than they didn't.
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