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Chicago Bears returned from a 16 point deficit to overtake the Atlanta Falcons during their game on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020. The Bear replaced their quarterback Mitch Trubisky with Nick Foles during the no in-person game. The Bear’s scored 30 points to the Falcons 26.
At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Bears were down 26-10. The Bears coach, Matt Nagy, changed his quarterbacks and his Team’s fate.
In just a span of four minutes and 27 seconds, Foles managed three touchdown passes. With only 1:53 minutes left to play, he found the wide receiver, Anthony Miller open. He passed Miller the ball who blazed through the 28 yards to score the winning touchdown.
Sealing the Bears victory, the Bears safety Tashaun Gipson when he intercepted the Falcons quarterback — Matt Ryan — the Falcons final drive.
Bear fans were on the edge of their seats when two second-half touchdowns were overturned after officials watched replay reviews. One was when Darqueze Dennard ripped the ball from Allen Robinson’s hands.
The other time happened to be a catch that Miller caught in which later was ruled to be out of his control.
The Falcon’s lost to the Cowboys last week by just a point. However, just like in this game the Cowboys were able to return from a 20-point loss to win the game.
Written by Sheena Robertson
Chicago Tribune: Nick Foles replaces Mitch Trubisky at quarterback as the Bears rally for a 30-26 win over the Falcons; COLLEEN KANE
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