Early twist from Bears' offense

Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
CHICAGO -- We got a quick look at how the Bears will attack the Eagles' top-ranked rush defense.

By passing.

The Bears opened the game with their longest pass of the season, a 34-yard strike from Kyle Orton to Rashied Davis, and then went into a modified non-huddle offense. After a 6-yard pass to tailback Matt Forte, Orton hit tight end Greg Olsen for a 19-yard touchdown.

It's nice to see the Bears take an aggressive approach. You just have to hope that Orton is up to the task.