A Tarik Cohen fumble gives the ball back to Miami.
And just like that the Dolphins get it back on a long Albert Wilson TD.
A Trubisky to Miller TD pass makes it 28-21.
A 43 yard TD on a wide receiver screen to Albert Wilson followed by a 2-point conversion ties the game at 21.
Trubisky with a red zone interception.
A Dolphin FG makes it 21-13.
21-10 Bears lead.
The Bears quickly answer with a TD run by Tarik Cohen.
The Fins get a 50 yard field goal and pull to 14-10.
Another Fuller pick leads to a Trubisky to Allen Robinson TD!
TD on a shovel pass Mitchell Trubisky to Trey Burton
Kyle Fuller with an interception and the Bears go into the half trailing by 7.
A Jordan Howard fumble on the goal line was not ideal.
Bears blitz on third down and the Fins forced to punt.
After a Leonard Floyd suplex gave the Dolphins good field position, they get a TD pass to take the 7-0 lead.
Trubisky great in the pocket with the pump fake then overthrows a wide open Anthony Miller... ugh...— Lester A. Wiltfong Jr. (@wiltfongjr) October 14, 2018
The Bears force a punt on the Dolphins’ opening possession thanks to a drop by Albert Wilson.
Does this game feel like a really important game to anyone else?
The Chicago Bears have a chance to build some real national respect with a win in Miami, which is a tough place to play this time of year. Sure the Dolphins are reeling a bit, with two straight losses, and sure, the Fins may prove to be a bad team as the season progresses, but the Bears are hoping to keep their momentum going with their fourth straight victory.
This will be your open thread for the game, so keep in mind that these are rated WCG-MA.
For live updates on the game you can peep out the NFL.com game center here.
Click on our names to follow us on Twitter:
WCG Contributors: Jeff Berckes; Patti Curl; Eric Christopher Duerrwaechter; Kev H; Sam Householder; Jacob Infante; Aaron Lemming; Andrew Link; Ken Mitchell; Steven Schweickert; Jack Silverstein; EJ Snyder; Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; Robert Zeglinski; and Like us on Facebook.
It’s an early battle of division leaders!
The Bears have won three straight games, and they will try for their first 4-game (in season) winning streak since 2012. The Fins have lost two in a row.
Chicago’s coaches will try to match wits with Dolphin head coach Adam Gase, offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, and defensive coordinator Matt Burke. Those first two names should ring a bell for Bears’ fans as they were the last two offensive coordinators in Chicago.
Gase and Loggains will try and devise a game-plan against their former colleague, Bears’ defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. When Gase was asked if the familiarity working along side Fangio would help them, he didn’t sound overly confident. “They’ll use it against us more than anything. Vic knows what he’s doing, I’ll just say that.”
Here’s everything you need to know about this Sunday’s game.
Time, TV channel, and streaming info
Date: Sunday, October 14, 2018
Time: 12:00 p.m. CT
Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
TV: FOX Sports, and if you live in the turquoise area on the 506.com map you’ll get to see the Bears play.
Announcers: Brian Custer, Greg Jennings
Local Radio: WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM, and in Spanish on Latino Mix 93.5 FM and Univision 1200 AM
Online: Game Pass
Mobile: Mobile Applications
Weather: Sunny, humid and mid 80’s [NFL weather]
Odds: Bears -3.0
SB Nation Dolphins site: The Finsider