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The Chicago Bears' offensive line had a horrible showing against Kansas City.
The Kansas City Chiefs, who came into the game with the least sacks in the NFL, had a season-high seven sacks on Bears quarterback Caleb Hanie, while creating constant pressure on Chicago's running backs.
Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston and defensive end Tyson Jackson had back-to-back sacks when the Bears were 2nd-and-goal late in the third. Those sacks forced Bears kicker Robbie Gould to attempt a 41-yard field goal, which he missed wide left.
Quarterback Caleb Hanie had a huge 17-yard completion to the Bears' 47-yard line during the Bears' final drive. But then Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson had a sack and a quarterback hit, while linebacker Tamba Hali brought Hanie down for an impossible 4th-and-17.
The line also gave up eight tackles for loss in the second half.
Bob Bajek is a writing intern at Bleacher Report. He is also a freelance reporter, and can be followed at Patch.com and Twitter.