"Every game should be sack, sack, sack, you know? Getting after the quarterback is no question," said Bears Defensive Tackle Stephen Paea.
"We know what we have to do, and we just really set our minds to get it done," said Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton. "When it's happening like that you know things are clicking. It's really fun to watch."
Even though the Bears face a Jacksonville team that has struggled to protect it's quarterback Blaine Gabbert, they'll have the same attitude that they always have."
"Just another game for the defensive line," says Lovie Smith. "We have to gain ground with that. We've got to play well in that matchup. We have to win that matchup. It's as simple as that."
On the other side of the ball the Bears offense played well in Dallas, but they know they'll have to take advantage of every opportunity they get against the Jaguars.
"Defensively they're playing really good football right now," says Jay Cutler. "I think we're going to get opportunities to have the ball quite a bit this game. We've just got to execute."
The Bears have a matchup that looks promising on paper, but they know better than to overlook an opponent.
"Jacksonville's a very good football team," says offensive coordinator Mike Tice. "We can't go down there thinking, 'Oh yeah, we've arrived,' by any stretch of the imagination."