Well that was refreshing. Especially after the first few series:
- Once again, after the defense forced another turnover, the Bears offense squandered that opportunity by going three-and-out on consecutive series at the start of the first quarter. But the defense and special teams sparked a historic first quarter to build a 28-2 lead that ended with a 51-20 Bears victory over the Tennessee Titans.
The barrage of points started with a blocked punt by Sherrick McManis and a five-yard return by Corey Wootton midway through the first and included a 46-yard interception return for a touchdown by linebacker Brian Urlacher, the defense’s seventh score of this young season.
Feeling left out, though, the Bears offense regrouped and reloaded...
The offense better regroup and reload for next week against the 7 - 1 Texans.