Bears fall to Commanders in low-scoring
The Bears couldn't overcome a slew of mistakes on Thursday night,
including a pair of costly turnovers and no points on three red-zone possessions in a 12-7 loss to the Chiefs at Soldier Field.
The Bears (2-4) had a chance to take the lead in the final minute of the game.
Quarterback Justin Fields scrambled 39 yards down the left side of the field to reach Washington's 5.
But on fourth-and-goal from the 4, Fields threw to receiver Darnell Mooney,
who caught it just short of the goal line to seal the win for the Commanders (2-4).
While the Bears didn't score until the third quarter, they had two red-zone opportunities in the first half.
On the team's second drive of the game, Fields was picked off at the Washington 5 on a pass intended for tight end Cole Kmet.
The Bears' ensuing possession resulted in a turnover on downs after Fields overthrew tight end Ryan Griffin in the end zone.
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