• Injury-riddled Bears defense has ‘a terrible day’

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 21, 2013
    ‘‘It was a terrible day,’’ Conte said. After McCown had rallied the Bears into the lead with a seven-yard touchdown pass to tight end Martellus Bennett with 3:57 to play, the defense needed a stop to seal what would have been an uplifting victory. Bears safety Chris Conte was having a tough day but relished the opportunity for atonement when Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III threw a high pop-up for Aldrick Robinson into the end zone in the fourth quarter of a tie game. On the spot coming into the game, the defense allowed 499 yards, 28 first downs, 20 plays of 10 yards or more and 38 points.
    Source: suntimes.com

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