Their crowd didn't earn their reputation by being a fairweather wine and cheese type fanbase (at least the ones that make it to the home games). I don't see us taking their crowd out of it unless it's a blowout late in the 4th. Certainly not after a couple TDs presumably in the first quarter like you are suggesting. And if we're able to score on our first 2-3 possessions despite the crowd noise, then apparently we are OK playing in those conditions...I wouldn't say that quieting the crowd is the key to winning if we're so successful in spite of it.
I remember as a rookie he recovered a fumbled in the redzone and the play was blown dead before he even picked the ball up, and he kept running all the way down the field and flew into the endzone just like this. Fell in love with him then
I think you're talking about the Chicago game where he picked off a pass on a 2-point conversion attempt and returned it all the way even though it amounts to nothing on a 2-point conversion lol. The refs blew it dead the minute he picked it off but he returned it all the way and dove into the end zone. Even Cutler was trying to chase him down and tackle him.