Bears, Lions Game Action

The Bears go out on a positive note, thanks to their season-ender against the terrible Detroit Lions.

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All Bears fans can say is, "Thank God for the Detroit Lions." With a worse record than Chicago, Detroit allowed our season to end on a happy note. Here, the Bears' Greg Olsen No. 82 celebrates a second quarter touchdown in front of the Lions' Marvin White #25.
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But the didn't go without a fight. The Lions' Bryant Johnson #80 made a second quarter touchdown, celebrating with Calvin Johnson #81 and Derrick Williams #12.
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The missteps that haunted the Bears for most of the season were largely absent on Sunday.
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Greg Olson gained some yards ...
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... as did Devin Hester.
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And Jay Cutler made more completions than interceptions, holding the Lions at bay.
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Still, there were some scary moments for Chicago, like when Maurice Morris #28 got around Craig Steltz #20 in the first quarter.
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Daunte Culpepper #11 of the Detroit Lions throws a pass over Marcus Harrison #94.
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Now begins the speculation over who will survive the anticipated off-season cuts.
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