Chicago's game in Nashville wasn't perfect, but it was about as close as a game can get.
Charles Tillman forced four fumbles, Brian Urlacher returned an interception for a touchdown and Jay Cutler had by far his best game of the season.
The Bears defense continued their penchant for forcing turnovers, grabbing four fumbles and Urlacher's interception. Although the Titans scored 20 points, most of them were well after the game was decided.
Cutler overcame an early safety and another slow start on offense to have a productive afternoon. He threw three touchdown passes to Brandon Marshall and 229 yards overall. Perhaps most importantly, Cutler avoided throwing an interception.
The Bears' schedule gets much more difficult starting next week. They play the Texans next Sunday night followed by the San Francisco 49ers a week later. They're combined records are 13-3.