ATLANTA — Run it back as many times as you want. Each time you'll probably notice a little something extra to appreciate.
The protection. The route. The cannon throw.
The rhythm of the play. The circumstances.
Most of all, the energy it ignited across the Bears' sideline.
In a tie game in the third quarter Sunday, on a possession the Bears needed to capitalize on, quarterback Jay Cutler delivered his longest completion since 2010 and, no doubt, the most important of Sunday's 27-13 win over the Falcons.
Seventy-four yards it went, to receiver Alshon Jeffery, only 10 seconds after the Falcons had knotted the score at 13.
On the next play, Matt Forte...