With the way the Chicago Bears played on Sunday afternoon, it wouldn't be too surprising to learn that the NFC North franchise was more than ready to leave Louisiana after coming up well short against the New Orleans Saints. This was also apparently something that tight end Jimmy Graham took quite literally, as the veteran pass-catcher ended the game with the team's lone touchdown of the outing before promptly storming right out of the building.

Graham hauled in a 19-yard touchdown from Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky as time expired both in Sunday's wild card matchup and on the team's season in general. Even though Graham somehow produced the score in quite the impressive fashion, the seasoned tight end wasn't sticking around to celebrate what was an all-around putrid performance from Chicago.

The difficulty level of the reception still shouldn't go unnoticed because the Bears vet continues to show glimpses of greatness even late in his NFL playing career.

The 8-8 Bears had a very tough time moving the football on Sunday afternoon in New Orleans, as they could not even reach the double-digit mark against the No. 2 seeded Saints.

Meanwhile, the Saints leaned on superstar running back Alvin Kamara and found the end zone three times in the opening round of the postseason. Quarterback Drew Brees also missed out on the team's fourth touchdown of the afternoon by mere inches very late in the game, as Jimmy Graham and Chicago's lone touchdown came in prolific fashion as regulation came to a strange end.