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The play of indefatigable defensive ends Cullen Jenkins and Johnny Jolly was a big reason for the success against Matt Forte, Jay Cutler and Greg Olsen. Without B.J. Raji to give them a break, Jenkins and Jolly earned game balls in consistently keeping the Bears in third-and-long situations and allowing Dom Capers to use his bag of tricks.

Matt Forte is one of the NFL's top running backs. He was held to 2.2 yards per carry in Green Bay's 21-15 victory on Sunday. Jay Cutler is one of the NFL's top quarterbacks. He was harassed into four interceptions, 47.2 percent accuracy and a 43.2 passer rating. Greg Olsen is one of the NFL's top tight ends. He caught only one of the six passes thrown his way. Outside of a couple of lapses, the...

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