This particular Chiefs-Bears tussle will not be saved andreplayed as an NFL classic.
The winning touchdown was a gift, on a "Hail Mary" pass that shouldhave had no chance and a potential equalizer was waved off because awide-open receiver didn't bother to line up properly.
The result, however, remained critical for the Chiefs, who won 10-3 at SoldierField to snap a four-game losing streak.
Ditto for the toothless Bears, who gave up seven sacks, accomplished almostnothing offensively and fell dangerously to 7-5 overall in the NFC wild-cardrace.
"Offensively, we didn't get anything done. It's hard to maintain drives,of course, when you can't convert on third downs," Bears coach Lovie Smithsaid.
"They got too much pressure on us. We did a little bit with the runninggame, but just never got anything going. I know (quarterback) Caleb Hanie willbe blamed for a lot of it, but it's us as an offense."
The Bears also lost all-purpose running back Matt Forte, who injured his kneeon a hi...