Thankfully, the postgame chatter has moved on from low blows but that doesn't mean shots are not still being taken.
Tampa Bay tight end Jerramy Stevens, fresh off his two-game league suspension, made his debut this season at Soldier Field and hauled in a one-yard touchdown catch to force overtime.
Stevens made five receptions for 61 yards, including a 31-yarder.
Seeing as the Bucs passed for 407 yards, Stevens has a point.
The Bears will go about correcting those flaws today when they begin preparations at Halas Hall to face Donovan McNabb and the Philadelphia Eagles, a team that will come to Soldier Field for the Sunday night game with some key injuries.
More on that later today.