Robinson On Bears' Win: 'We Were Confident'

The Bears earned a 15-6 win over the Rams on Sunday night.

McNeil & Parkins Show
December 10, 2018 - 2:56 pm
Bears receiver Allen Robinson

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(670 The Score) The Bears made a statement in powering to a 15-6 win against the Rams on Sunday.

For an upstart Bears team that has been one of the NFL's biggest surprises this season, the win put the rest of the league on notice. But none of this success has caught the Bears (9-4) off guard by any means. 

"We knew the game that we had coming in there," receiver Allen Robinson told the McNeil & Parkins Show on Monday afternoon. "Just based on the significance as far as starting up th last quarter of this season strong, we put ourselves in a good position. The main thing with us is we want to finish strong.

"We were confident. We have a confident group. I think we have a lot of playmakers on both sides of the ball. Our defense played outstanding. Offensively, we definitely got to be better. But I thought in different spurts of the game, we controlled the ball. We made plays that we needed to."

The Bears rode the work of their defense, which was dominant against one of the NFL's top offenses. They had four interceptions of Rams quarterback Jared Goff, which turned the game in their favor.

After earning the victory, the Bears came back to their locker room and celebrated.

"Ever since Day 1, Coach Nagy has made it clear that we're all in this together," Robinson said. "Everything is not perfect or as perfect as you want it to be. But as long as everybody stays locked in and keeps the main thing the main thing, which is trying to win ballgames, everything is going to be fine.

"We'll assess this past game little bit more tomorrow. We know that we got to improve some areas. We know that we did well in some areas. But the biggest thing is that we came out with a 'W.'"