Colts Vs. Bears Score Update: Chicago Expands Lead To 34-14

The Chicago Bears have extended their lead to 34-14 over the Indianapolis Colts through three quarters on Sunday afternoon. Since an uneven start saw Indianapolis take a 7-0 lead, the Bears have played extremely well in their first game of the 2012 regular season.

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's overall numbers aren't spectacular so far, but he's been quite good after completing just one of his first 10 passes. Since then, he's 18-of-23 for 256 yards and one touchdown, looking far more like the dynamic passer that fans have come to expect.

The third quarter was an impressive one for Chicago's defense, which forced three separate turnovers while preventing a single score by Indianapolis. Andrew Luck did lead the Colts into the red zone at one point, but an interception by Chris Conte ended the scoring threat. The Colts have just one offensive touchdown so far on Sunday.

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