The Chicago Bears pulled off a win against the Buffalo Bills over the weekend.
The Bears' win ended a two-week slump, although they're still not as bad as the Bills, who are now winless for the entire season after playing eight games.
The Bills made a game of it, though: the Bears had to come from behind to win in the fourth quarter, thanks to a two-yard pass from Jay Cutler to Earl Bennett.
For the game, Cutler completed 17 of 30 passes, had zero interceptions and he was only sacked once, something the offense has struggled with recently. Defensively, the Bears had to deal with the Bills' throwing game. Buffalo completed 31 of 51 passes.
Next week the Bears are home against a division foe, the Minnesota Vikings.