Chicago Bears vs Tennessee Titans: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The Titans never appeared ready for this one as they fumbled on the very first play of the game.
Unfortunately for Tennessee it was a sign of things to come as they finished the game with five turnovers and had a punt blocked.
The Bears simply cruised to victory with all the turnovers to aid their offense and easily picked up their sixth consecutive win and improved to 7-1 on the year.
The Titans fall to 3-6 and now have question about their offense to go along with the team's miserable defense.
Chris Johnson takes off for his NFL-record fifth 80-plus yard touchdown run to, but it won't have any affect on the outcome of this one. Kenny Britt made the reception for a two-point conversion. Chicago leads 51- 20.
Charles Tillman forces his fourth fumble of the game and the Titans fifth turnover of the game leads to a 5-yard touchdown reception for Brandon Marshall. Bears lead 51-12.
The Bears were getting closer and closer and they finally hit on a touchdown drive early in the fourth quarter on a 39-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Marshall. Bears lead 44-12.
In this entire second half of garbage time the Bears knock through another field goal and now lead 37-12. Just one quarter remaining in this tilt.
A 44-yard run by Matt Forte set Chicago up for a 25-yard Robbie Gould field goal as the Bears expand the lead 34-12.
After forcing the Bears to go three-and-out the Titans drive down the field for an early third quarter score on a 30-yard pass to Nate Washington. Bears still lead 31-12.
Matt Hasselbeck and the Titans offense was unable to do much with their defenses first turnover of the game and settle for a 39-yard Rob Bironas field goal. Bears lead 31-5 at the half.
The Bears go 27 yards on nine plays and kick a 40-yard field goal to make the score 31-2 early in the second quarter.
After Tennessee's third turnover of the game the Bears strike for another touchdown to put Chicago ahead 28-2.
An awful interception by Matt Hasselbeck is intercepted by Brian Urlacher and returned 44 yards for yet another Bears touchdown. Chicago leads 21-2 and there's still more than three minutes remaining in the first quarter.
Chicago's special teams unit strikes again as a 44-yard punt return by Devin Hester set up a one-play drive for a Matt Forte touchdown. The Bears widen their lead to 14-2.
Defense continues to rule the day as the Titans are credited with a safety after a penalty call in the end zone. Bears lead 7-2 in the first quarter.
In what has been a defensive battle so far it figures that the first score of the game comes on a blocked punt by the Bears. Chicago leads 7-0 midway through the first quarter.
The Bears second-string defense holds to force a fumble and now get ready to witness the Bears in victory formation.
Q4 10:20 - CHI 51 - TEN 20
Chris Johnson shows he still has the burst to break off big runs as he ran for his NFL-record fifth 80-plus yard touchdown gallop. Kenny Britt made the catch for a two-point conversion.
Q4 10:24 - CHI 51 - TEN 12
Jay Cutler finds Brandon Marshall again for a 5-yard touchdown.
Charles Tillman now has four forced fumbles in today's game.
Charles Tillman strips the ball out again, this time from Jared Cook, and the Bears recover inside the Titans 10-yard line.
Q4 11:27 - CHI 44 - TEN 12
The Bears offense has been threatening all second half and this time they hit paydit on a 39-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Marshall.
Q3 0:43 - CHI 37 - TEN 12
Things have opened up a bit here for both offenses. Bears again have to settle for a chip shot field goal.
Once again the Bears defense holds on third and short. Titans punt the ball.
Q3 7:41 - CHI 34 - TEN 12
The long run by Forte sets up a chip shot field goal for Robbie Gould.
The Bears respond with a 46-yard carry by Forte to immediately put the Bears into scoring position.
Q3 11:32 - CHI 31 - TEN 12
Out of nowhere Matt Hasselbeck throws a perfectly placed pass to Nate Washington in the end zone for a 30-yard touchdown.
The Titans defense has not given up on this game as they pick up their third sack of the day.
Q2 0:00 - CHI 31 - TEN 5
Matt Hasselbeck is out there playing three flys up and getting lucky to not throw his second pick of the day. Tennessee settles for a field goal.
DT Jurrell Casey busts through for a sack and fumble recovered by the Titans and returned 22 yards to the 50. Titans defense playing for pride.
Starting CB Alterraun Verner has returned to action for the Titans.
The Bears offense has decided to join in on the fun here with a huge draw play on third-and-14 and then a 47-yard gain on a screen pass to Forte.
The Titans were finally putting a drive together here before Chris Johnson loses his second fumble of the game. four turnovers and a blocked punt in this game for the Bears defense.
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