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Patchwork protection works for Cutler, Bears

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Chicago Bears tight end Matt Spaeth celebrates his second-quarter touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field Sunday.

JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler throws the ball as Bears tackle Jonathan Scott blocks Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison at Soldier Field Sunday.

George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

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JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.com Chicago Bears' tight end Matt Spaeth makes a second-quarter touchdown catch against the Minnesota Vikings' Jamarca Sanford at Soldier Field Sunday.

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A patchwork offensive line and the return of quarterback Jay Cutler provided enough offense for the Bears to snap a two-game losing streak with a physical 28-10 NFC North victory over the Vikings. The patchwork job held better than Krazy Glue, and Cutler played one of his more efficient games.

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    • Chicago Bears tight end Matt Spaeth celebrates his second-quarter touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field Sunday.
    • Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler throws the ball as Bears tackle Jonathan Scott blocks Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison at Soldier Field Sunday.
    • JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.com Chicago Bears' tight end Matt Spaeth makes a second-quarter touchdown catch against the Minnesota Vikings' Jamarca Sanford at Soldier Field Sunday.
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