Albert Wilson's game-tying 75-yarder in Miami Dolphins comeback win

Bears coach Matt Nagy

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Not almost all of them. "He treats it as though he's going to have to go in the game, so that puts him in a great position".

Unlike their game against the Bucs, the Bears' offense wasn't quick to start, finishing the first half scoreless.

Then it got really insane as the Dolphins took the ball the length of the field and with 3rd down from the Bears one yard line Kenyan Drake fumbled and the ball was ruled to be a touchback for the Bears. "We're not saying we're the best team we can be".

"We have to do better, and we have to get back to the drawing board".

"They were hurrying us up, and somebody had to make a play", Hicks said.

For Trubisky, the linchpin of the evolving offense, it was a day of extremes. The Bears enter this game a much different team from their past matchups with Osweiler, now occupying first place in the NFC North and seeking a 4-1 start to the season. His three TD passes are second only to his six against the Buccaneers. From the Miami 13 with a 21-13 lead early in the fourth quarter, and holding a chance to create potentially decisive breathing room on the scoreboard, Trubisky forced a throw toward tight end Ben Braunecker, who was double-covered in the Miami end zone. Definitely get stronger as the game goes on.

"I just thought the safety went with the "over" route", Trubisky said. "It's just execute and make plays".

The pick was one of two turnovers in the red zone for the Bears in the 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins and one of three turnovers overall. A failed fourth-and-2 conversion gave Miami the football at its 41 later in the quarter.

Wilson earlier scored on a 43-yard catch and run.

The teams combined for 730 yards of offense in the second half and overtime, after totaling 278 in the first half.

But the last of the seven came with a disastrous finish. Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso recovered it. The defense did manage a stop, leading to the overtime, but the result was devastating. "So personally, that's frustrating for me.... I feel like it's a good statement". "I let ball security slip out of my mind".

That Cohen mentioned "fatigue" is perhaps noteworthy.

"It was hot out there", DL AKiem Hicks said. The investments produced in Miami. Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky hit Trey Burton and Allen Robinson for scores on back-to-back drives.

Not four. Not five.

Chicago's Tarik Cohen scored on a 21-yard run and had a long catch and run.

Just 197 seconds were left in regulation.

More on today's victory will be coming later today and look for more on Monday as we look at the players who really stepped up in the face of media and fan criticism.

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