NFL Power Rankings: Top Ten After Week Four

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Sep 29, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) walks of the field after the game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. The Lions won 40-32. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

9. Chicago Bears (3-1):

The Bears may have gotten pummelled, but they keep a spot on the list because of the way they had been playing in the first three games of the season. Jay Cutler played like the bad Cutler today, throwing two touchdowns to go along with his, one fumble and three back breaking interceptions. Cutler hasn’t looked good in the past two games, but the good news is that Matt Forte continued to roll along, accumulating 95 rushing yards on 14 carries and a touchdown as well. The Bears normally fantastic, and opportunistic defense got torched by Matt Stafford and Reggie Bush, giving up over 400 total yards of offense and of course the aforementioned 40 points. It seems that the Bears defense will have major struggles if they cannot make huge plays like they did against the Steeler, but I would expect them to bounce back because they are a very good unit capable of much better than this.