Behind the play of quarterback Jay Cutler, the Chicago Bears dominated the Indianapolis Colts in a 41-21 blowout on Sunday.
Cutler threw for 333 yards while completing 21-of-35 passes with two touchdowns. Also helping the cause was the play of Matt Forte. Taking advantage of his 16 carries, he ran for 80 yards and had a touchdown.
Andrew Luck's regular-season debut was full of bumps, namely the three interceptions he threw. He still rebounded to complete 23-of-45 passes for 309 yards and threw his first career touchdown pass.
The Bears have very little time to celebrate the victory, as their next game is on Thursday night. They will take on the Green Bay Packers for the first time in 2012.
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