Kyle Long Says Sunday's Win Most Satisfying Of Bears' Career.

Published October 2, 2018 at 3:46 PM

After a couple of weeks of the Chicago Bears' defense putting the team on their back, the offense made a huge statement in Week 4. Quarterback Mitch Trubisky was unleashed, becoming the first Bears QB in history to throw for 5 TD's in the first half of a game and it's been labelled as a coming out party. The 48-10 beatdown of the Buccaneers definitely brought in boatloads of positive energy to the Bears' locker room, something Kyle Long has been waiting for since the start of his Bears' career. "I have been here a while and I have never been a part of a win like this," Long said. "It feels really good to sit here with a smile on my face. For the last five, six years I've been saying, 'We're getting better, we're getting better, we're young. We're going to get there.' And you could see it. But now you guys get to see what I'm seeing. It feels good. The secret is out."
Head coach Matt Nagy warned that a 3-1 record and one blowout win doesn't guarantee a playoff spot, but it could be the game that builds Trubisky's confidence up for the rest of season.

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