Bears RB D’Onta Foreman named GMFB’s Angry Runs winner for Week 7

Running back D’Onta Foreman was the Most Valuable Player in the Chicago Bears’ dominant 30-12 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders, which snapped a 10-game home losing streak.

Foreman led a productive Chicago run game that amassed 173 rushing yards. He had 16 carries for 89 yards and two touchdowns. Foreman added three catches for 31 yards and a score. He had some tough runs in the victory, and helped take pressure off rookie quarterback Tyson Bagent in his first NFL start.

So it’s only right that Foreman was named the Angry Runs champion by Good Morning Football’s (and noted Bears fan) Kyle Brandt for his Week 7 performance against the Raiders.

This is the second time a Bears running back has been nominated for Angry Runs this season. Rookie Roschon Johnson was nominated for his tough run against the Packers back in Week 1.

While Bears fans would agree he was totally robbed, everything seems right in the world now that Foreman has brought the scepter back to Chicago.

Story originally appeared on Bears Wire