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Mitchell Trubisky 27-yard TD pass to Anthony Miller gives Bears late lead over Lions

Mitchell Trubisky, Anthony Miller, Lions, Bears

Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was able to pull of a stunning rally on Sunday, leading his team to a 27-23 win over the Detroit Lions.

However, without his incredible 27-yard touchdown pass to receiver Anthony Miller, the amazing Bears comeback wouldn’t have been possible. With two minutes remaining of the fourth quarter and down by three, Trubisky threw a spectacular pass to Miller for the touchdown, giving them a three-point lead.

The Bears’ defense was able hold off the Detroit Lions’ offense during the final minutes of the game, giving them their first win of the season.

The Bears lucked out when Lions rookie running back D’Andre Swift dropped what would have been a game-winning touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford in the final seconds of the Week 1 matchup between division rivals.

The Bears will certainly have time to learn their mistakes and go over film to improve next game so the NFC North club doesn’t have to rely on coming back down over a dozen and a half points in every game this season.

The Bears’ next game of the season will be on Sept. 20 against the New York Giants.

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