Chicago Bears vs Tennessee Titans: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

ORCHARD PARK, NY - OCTOBER 21: Chris Johnson #28 of the Tennessee Titans rushes during an NFL game against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium on October 21, 2012 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
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Marlon MaloneyCorrespondent INovember 4, 2012

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.

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