RUSHING OFFENSE: B-plus -- Rookie Brock Forsey turned in the most productive rushing day by a Bear in more than two years with 134 yards on 27 carries in just his second NFL start. Even with a patchwork offensive line, the Bears managed 154 rushing yards.
PASS DEFENSE: B -- Rookie of the year candidate Anquan Boldin was held to one catch for seven yards in the first 57 minutes. Cornerbacks R.W. McQuarters and Jerry Azumah each had an interception, and McQuarters returned his 29 yards to set up the second TD.
RUSH DEFENSE: A -- The Cardinals didn't have a run longer than eight yards, and they totaled just 46 yards on 18 carries for a 2.6-yard average.
SPECIAL TEAMS: C-minus -- Paul Edinger missed FG attempts from 43 and 44 yards under difficult wind and field conditions.
COACHING: B -- When Kordell Stewart opened with a hot hand, they kept him in the pocket and forgot about using him as another running back. The run-pass mix was effective and balanced with 37 passes and 36 runs. The failed fake field goal on fourth-and-1 at the Cardinals' 24 was a questionable call at best.