Bears Hold Off Bengals, 20-17
The Bears didn't need Andy Dalton or Justin Fields to beat the Bengals Sunday at Soldier Field. They simply conjured up the Monsters of the Midway and Mike Ditka's Da Bears to put up a defensive effort that stifled quarterback Joe Burrow's offense in Chicago's 20-17 victory.
Bengals Notebook: Same Look On Active List; Physical Play Boosts Both Sides; More Mixon?
Other than upgrading new safety Sean Davis to replace the injured Ricardo Allen on the roster earlier this weekend, the Bengals on Sunday rolled out pretty much the same lineup that beat the Vikings last Sunday.
Media Roundtable: Bengals Resolve To Not Let The Bears Get Burrow
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who has a winning record at home, seeks his first NFL road victory as the Bengals try replicate their postseason past in Sunday's matchup (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19) at Soldier Field against the Bears. The Bengals.com Media Roundtable convenes a convention in the Windy City.