Found November 04, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears were up 7-0 against the Tennessee Titans backed up in their own end zone. Cutler dropped back into the end zone where he threw an amazing pass that happened to be tipped by a Titan defensive back. The defensive back tipped it right to Matt Forte, the Chicago Bear running back, who than made the first town. Everything seemed to be all right for the Bears until a flag was thrown. One of their offensive lineman committed the ever rare illegal hands to the face penalty in the end zone thus making it a safety. Devin Hester than returned a punt to the Titan’s red zone where Matt Forte would punch it in to make it 14 to 2. This is one of the craziest games I’ve watched.
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