DeMarcus Ware is one of the league's best defensive players. So it looked like the Bears were going to be in for a long day when left tackle Chris Williams left the game in the first series with a hamstring injury.
Kevin Shaffer replaced Williams, and he had two penalties on the ensuing series. But then the coaching staff switched Shaffer to right tackle, his more natural position, and swung Frank Omiyale to left tackle.
Ware's final stat line: "Three tackles, one tackle for loss and two quarterback hurries, one of which was against Williams on the first series.
Omiyale is one of the unsung heroes of the Bears win, especially since he said he didn't get much help against Ware.
Asked how much he had to block Ware one-on-one, Omiyale said, "Quite a bit.
"I took pride in coach [Mike] Martz trusting me. I'm going to enjoy this one."