Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer
“We didn't get much credit for this, but that was when we kind of invented the Wildcat. We played a running back at quarterback a lot that game. Back to what I was trying to explain earlier, you do what you have to do to win. We controlled the clock. They were a good offense; they had Michael Vick at that time. He was a hard one to get off the field as well. It allowed us to run the ball pretty effectively, shorten the game and get a ‘W.” -- Bears coach John Fox taking credit for inventing the Wildcat offense.