(CBS) In reflecting on the first victory of his tenure in Chicago, Bears coach John Fox had a simple thought.
“It was a gritty win,” Fox said of Sunday’s 22-20 victory over the Raiders.READ MORE: For Chicago Sky Superstar Candace Parker, Downtown Victory Rally Was A Dream Decades In The Making
The embodiment of that analysis was Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who threw two touchdown passes and led a game-winning drive in the final two minutes in his first game back from a hamstring injury. Cutler was slowed by the injury still, but he made the most of what he could do.READ MORE: LIVE UPDATES: Chicago Sky's WNBA Championship Parade And Rally
“Just the fact he was out there was pretty big,” Fox said. “To be out there in week two of a hamstring pull, it’s pretty remarkable in itself. i’ve liked his progress. It’s good to have him back, and he definitely helped our cause.”
The Bears moved to 1-3 with Sunday’s win. Listen to Fox’s full Monday morning interview with WBBM’s Josh Liss below.MORE NEWS: Bashful Chance The Rapper Mum On Where He'll Get His Chicago Sky Championship Tattoo
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