Gould and Hester each reached milestones in the win against the Giants. CHICAGO – Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould accepted responsibility for triggering a verbal confrontation with teammate Devin Hester during the first half of the Bears’ 27-21 victory Thursday night over the New York Giants NFL Network cameras caught Gould and Hester exchanging words on the Bears’ sideline after New York’s Jerrel Jernigan returned a Gould kickoff 46 yards with 5:12 remaining in the second quarter. During the second quarter Thursday night’s 27-21 Bears victory over the Giants, cameras caught Chicago kicker Robbie Gould and special teams ace Devin Hester having an argument on the sideline after a long kickoff return by the Giants. “I love Devin like a little brother,” Gould said, via Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago.com. Hester concurred that all was well between the two men, allowing the Bears to focus on other things like their fourth win of the season and some milestones for the two verbal combatants. “It was just [that] my emotions got in the way. I was at fault. I was the wrong party in that. I love him like a brother. Once it was over, it was over.