By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Chicago Bears escaped with a win on Thursday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bears won 20-19 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.
With the win, the Bears improved to 4-1. However, the Buccaneers fell to 3-2.
The loss snapped the Bucs three game win streak. The win also snapped Chicago’s one-game losing streak.
Bears quarterback Nick Foles is now 2-0 against Tom Brady, according to ESPN’s Stats & Information. He also guided the Philadelphia Eagles to a win in Super Bowl LII over the New England Patriots.
Foles is now the fourth quarterback, who has an undefeated record against Brady. Jake Plummer (3-0), Brian Griese (2-0), and Cam Newton (2-0) are also undefeated against Brady.
This is the third-time that the Bears came back to win after trailing by double-digits in a game, according to ESPN’s Stats & Information.
This is tied for the most through five games in NFL history with seven teams. The last team to do this was the 2014 Eagles.
Bears quarterback Nick Foles went 30 of 42 for 243 yards. He also threw one touchdown pass and one interception.
David Montgomery also had 10 carries for 29 yards and a touchdown. Allen Robinson II had 10 receptions for 90 yards.
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady went 25 of 41 for 253 yards. He threw one touchdown pass.
Ronald Jones II led the backs with 17 carries for 106 yards. Tyler Johnson led the receivers with four receptions for 61 yards.
Jimmy Graham caught a touchdown reception. Montgomery also scored a rushing touchdown.
Cairo Santos also made two field goals.
Brady hit Evans for a touchdown reception. Ryan Succop also made four field goals.
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