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The Chicago Bears locker room went crazy after win over LA Rams

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After a bump in the road in the form of an overtime loss to the New York Giants last week, the Chicago Bears are back.

With Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams coming into Soldier Field with the tag on their shoulders proclaiming them the best team in the entire National Football League right now, the Bears ripped that tag off and stomped it to the ground. 

The Bears took one of the best offenses in the league and absolutely took it to school, limiting Todd Gurley to less than 50 yards and the Rams to just six points all night long. 

Sean McVay is one of the brightest up-and-coming head coaches we've seen in a long time and Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio pulled out the absolute perfect gameplan to stop McVay, Jared Goff and all his charges right in their tracks as Chicago ran out 15-6 winners on Sunday Night Football.

And after the game, the Bears locker room looked more like a nightclub than anything as the team rightly celebrated moving to 9-4 for the season.

We're not joking, the lighting looks like something you'd see at 1am downtown when the drinks are flowing. 

Thanks to the Bears social media team for giving us all an insight into just how the team gets down after picking up a W.

Shout out to whoever was in control of the speaker and put on Swag Surfin. An inspired choice. 

The 2018 Chicago Bears, under the tutelage of first-year head coach Matt Nagy, just look like an incredibly fun team to play football for. They're heading to the Playoffs, there's no doubt about that, and with more top notch defensive performances - combined with Nagy's love of having defensive players and lineman scoring TDs and their crazy team spirit - the Bears could cause some damage when the postseason rolls around. 

Topics:
Sean McVay
Todd Gurley
Jared Goff
Los Angeles Rams
Vic Fangio
Chicago Bears
New York Giants
NFL

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