The Chicago Bears got a huge come-from-behind victory at Soldier Field last Sunday. The team hosted the Carolina Panthers, and looked terrible against them early. The Bears got off to a hot start, but quickly went flat and did not score another point until the 4th quarter. That is when they blew up offensively and earner their 6th win of the season with a 23-22 victory.
The Bears have struggled little to this point of the year and have been productive on both sides of the ball. The game showcased how balanced the team is as they scored touchdowns rushing, passing, and even defensively. The team began to make their comeback in the fourth quarter. That is when they got a couple quick scores thanks to a pick 6 after a scoring drive. They scored 16 points in that quarter alone to get a one-point-lead.
Carolina struggled in all aspects of team football, and scored no touchdowns on the day. The team in general had just one touchdown, which came from their defense. A majority of their points, 15 to be exact, came from field goals. They scored 19 points in the first 3 quarters, but just 3 in the final period of the game. Ultimately this cost them another game, which has been an unfortunate commonplace for the team. This must be even more frustrating to the team due to the fact that they gained more then 400 yards. Defensively they have been bad however, and they still make costly mistakes.