All-22 look at good and bad in Bears' loss to the Lions

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1: Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall got a team-high +3.9 grade from his two-touchdown performance against Detroit. He got some help from his teammates on the first score. Jay Cutler faked a quick pass to Earl Bennett, which drew the attention of Lions safety Louis Delmas (circled in white). With Delmas moving forward, and two Lions covering Alshon Jeffery, that made it easier for Marshall to have single coverage with rookie Darius Slay downfield. Cutler didn't have great protection in the loss, but he did on this play, completing the touchdown pass to Marshall on the opening drive.