Jay Cutler celebrating the win over 49ers
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was not actually having a good day until it seemed that the 49ers had taken out of the game.

But after receiving a blow to the helmet to the sternum of the 49ers defensive end Quinton Dial just before halftime, Cutler actually played better than before.

Cutler led the Bears to a 28-20 victory over the 49ers, after they trailed 17-0 in the second quarter.

He only threw for 176 yards, but made up throwing four touchdown passes.

It was clear that Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery receivers were not 100 percent.

And with none able to run routes as they normally do, it was not a surprise that Cutler was not found in the first half.

It is also a surprise that Cutler survived the coup.

But after receiving that impact, Cutler and Marshall were connected for three touchdowns, giving Chicago the lead.

Assuming that all will remain well, the Bears have the potential to have one of the best air attacks in the league. They can not afford slow starts against San Francisco as every week, but that was recovered as they did, it was still a good sign for the rest of the season.