The self-proclaimed "Black Unicorn" has proven invaluable through two weeks.
Bennett already has Cutler's trust as the No. 2 target behind Brandon Marshall.
"Whenever he's gotten opportunities to make plays, he's made some big ones," Cutler said, per the Chicago Tribune.
Bennett injured his shoulder in the second quarter. He said after the game he'd "probably" be dealing with the injury moving forward.
Neither the injury, nor the Vikings' defense, could slow down Bennett.
The play preceeding the game-winning catch, Bennett had a 23-yard snag and run where he juked a defender to gain extra yards.
"They told me, 'Man, how are you so slippery, you're so big?' " Bennett said. "I was like, 'I'm Muhammad Ali out here.' "
Whether it's the "Black Unicorn" or Cassius Clay, the Bears are just glad to have a productive tight end.