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The Chicago Bears completed one of the best comebacks in NFL history, without scoring an offensive point.
This is a game that was given serious consideration to be No. 1. Every single fan remembers it, whether they were a Bears fan or not. Regardless of who they liked, fans acknowledged and loved the great Chicago Bears comeback of 2006, where the offense of the Bears didn't even score a single point.
Rex Grossman, the quarterback for the Bears, tried everything within his power to give this game away. Literally. Grossman completed 38% of his passes, while throwing 4 interceptions and fumbling the ball twice. But that didn't stop this, well as head coach Lovie Smith put it, "Team of destiny".
The Bears were trailing at halftime 20-0. There was no way they would win after being down by so much at halftime, they had never done it before. However, history does write itself.
The defense had two fumble recoveries for touchdowns, return specialist Devin Hester ran a punt back for a touchdown and kicker Robbie Gould made a field goal to give the team a 24-23 lead, which they never relinquished.
With how Rex Grossman played, and how many points the team was down by at halftime, there was no logical reason for why the Bears should have won this game. But, as Cardinals head coach at the time Dennis Green so delicately put it in his famous rant after the game, the Bears are who we thought they were.