The Chicago Bears are proving to us that their 3-0 start to the season was no fluke as the Bears took down the red hot Philadelphia Eagles 31-26 to extend their winning streak to four. I was one of those who believed the Bears were overrated when they dropped consecutive games to the Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Redskins, but since then they have looked like a completely different team. The biggest change has been their offensive efficiency. During their current four game win streak, the Bears have been able to be balanced on the offensive side of the ball. They are nearly running the same amount of rushing plays to passing plays. In games in which the Bears lost, there was no efficiency what so ever. Whenever the Bears cannot establish a run game, they struggle. The Bears have been able to keep teams off balance with their running game in their current winning streak. All of the credit goes to offensive coordinator, Mike Martz, as the Bears’ offense is really starting to click. Jay Cutler is beginning to look like a leader and isn’t making careless decisions. He picked apart the Eagles for four touchdowns and zero interceptions. Yes, I’ll say it again. Zero interceptions. Cutler has accumulated nine touchdowns to three interceptions in the past four games. As long as Cutler keeps his turnovers down to a minimum, the Bears’ could be a dangerous team. The Bears have either won or tied the turnover margins in every game on their current win steak. Not only Cutler, but Matt Forte has also been able to get it going. The Bears have been able to rely on Forte not only as their workhorse, but also as a valuable receiver. I am finally beginning to see these “Marshall Faulk” comparisons. The Bears have all the right ingredients to succeed; a great defense, a running game and winning the turnover margins. The Bears are currently leading the NFC North, but the Green Bay Packers are breathing down their necks. The Bears v. Packers match-up on Jan. 2nd looks like a showdown in the making.