Chicago Bears: Three things to be thankful for in win

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Chicago Bears Prince Amukamara
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Number Three: A whole lot of celebrations

One thing about this Bears team is that they certainly know how to have fun.

Whether it be on defense or offense, the Bears have been making headlines with their fun celebrations all season long. On Thursday, it was no different.

After Kyle Fuller’s game-sealing interception, the Bears paid homage to their opponent’s city. The Bears defense busted out a Motown celebration, led by Prince Amukamara and Deon Bush.

After a big touchdown grab to take the lead in the fourth quarter, Tarik Cohen did what all of us will be doing at about nine o’clock (or earlier) on Thursday….he slept.

Cohen’s celebration is all of us. Thanks, Tarik. We’ll be eating well too.

Finally, Eddie Jackson’s interception celebrations got even better on Thursday. For the second straight game, Jackson led the orchestra following a pick-six, showing potential interest in pursuing a composing career after his playing days are over.

Hopefully, those playing days won’t be over any time soon. Jackson is well on his way to a Pro Bowl selection in just his second season and has certainly given us Bears fans a ton to be thankful for all season.

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One of the most important things for any successful football team to have is good chemistry. The Bears have demonstrated that chemistry all season, and will hopefully keep the good vibes rolling into the playoffs come winter time.

Bears fans, we certainly have a lot to be thankful for. The Bears are finally good and are looking playoff-bound for the first time in a long time. I think I speak for all Bears fans in saying that I am thankful for Chicago Bears football.