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The game began like so many recent ones for the Chicago Bears (1-0). The offense got the ball, punted, and then scored on a short field after a defensive turnover. The offense then proceeded to do nothing for the rest of the first half and went into the locker room down 14-10 after a four-yard […]The post Chicago Bears rally to beat Cincinnati Bengals, 24-21 by Jon Vander Woude appeared first on Water Cooler Sports.
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