Bears hard-luck losers in Big Easy

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Some questionable calls, a couple special teams gaffes, and an inability to finish on both sides of the ball added up to a disappointing 20-12 loss to the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome on Sunday. The Bears fall to 3-5 heading into their bye week while the Saints lead the NFC South with a 5-2 mark.

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TE Zach Miller’s overturned touchdown catch and gruesome injury in the second half will no doubt headline the water cooler conversation, but the Bears made enough mistakes throughout the contest to have only themselves to blame.

Still, Chicago had a chance to win or tie the game late thanks to some opportunistic play from the defense, which kept Drew Brees from throwing a touchdown pass and forced a pair of fumbles. However, Bears rookie QB Mitch Trubisky’s interception with just over a minute remaining sealed Chicago’s fate and gave an aggressive Saints defense the hard-earned victory. READ MORE