Let's give Dan LeFevour some love.
The rookie quarterback has looked like he is in over his head until Saturday night, when he completed 10 of 12 passes for 100 yards with one touchdown. He led the Bears to a touchdown and a field goal, which is more than starter Jay Cutler can say.
More important than his improved grasp of Mike Martz's offense were some of the instinctive plays he made, like when he ran out of the pocket to avoid an unblocked rusher and then threw a touch pass to Juaquin Iglesias for a nice gain up the right sideline.
Danieal Manning was another bright spot. He clearly outplayed Chris Harris. He was all over the field, making physical tackles, covering receivers and even stripping Beanie Wells. Manning finished with a team-high seven tackles to go with his forced fumble.
Johnny Knox is another player who looks good every time he steps onto the field. In just his second year, he always makes plays. He had three catches for 57 yards.
Don't forget Chester Taylor, who 34-yard run was the offensive highlight of the night.
I'm sure other players had solid nights. Those are just the three that jumped out at me. Did I miss somebody? Let me know.