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Anatomy of a Drive: Williams Finally Scores

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    LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Roy Williams #11 of the Chicago Bears scores a touchdown during the NFL International Series match between Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Wembley Stadium on October 23, 2011 in London, England. This is the fifth occasion where a regular season NFL match has been played in London. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)

    Matt Forte was the star of the Bears win on Sunday, but he wasn't the only weapon that Chicago used to score on the Buccaneers. Take a closer look at the second quarter drive that ended in Roy Williams getting his first touchdown as a Bear.

    1st-10, CHI21 11:28 M. Forte rushed to the left for 13 yard gain -- Just Forte being Forte.

    1st-10, CHI34 10:48 M. Forte rushed to the left for no gain -- Tyler Clutts was Forte's lead blocker, but Tampa Bay saw Forte sweep to the left and stopped him at the line of scrimmage. At this point, the Bears start using different weapons.

    2nd-10, CHI34 10:07 J. Cutler passed to D. Sanzenbacher to the left for 9 yard gain -- Cutler used a quick drop to find the rookie, who had a quiet game on Sunday.

    3rd-1, CHI43 9:34
    M. Barber rushed to the left for 29 yard gain -- Kellen Davis and Chris Spencer opened a perfect hole for Barber, who quickly accelerated down field to get the Bears closer to the red zone.

    1st-10, TB28 8:46 J. Cutler incomplete pass to the right -- Cutler took his time on this pass to Devin Hester, but Ronde Barber did a good job of keep Hester from catching the pass. Hester turned into a cornerback, stopping Barber from making the interception.

    2nd-10, TB28 8:39
    M. Forte rushed to the left for 3 yard gain -- Forte had a harder time finding a gap and brought the Bears closer to the goal line.

    3rd-7, TB25 7:49 J. Cutler passed to R. Williams to the left for 25 yard touchdown. R. Gould made PAT.

    Cutler took advantage of his offensive line holding, and floated a perfect pass to Williams, who fended off E.J. Biggers and Sean Jones to make it into the end zone. It took seven games, but Williams finally scored a TD while wearing a Bears uniform.