In the NFL game between Chicago Bears and Washington Redskins Michael Trubisky of the Bears was able to throw for 3 TD passes to the team’s wide receiver named Taylor Gabriel along with safety player Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to win the game by record 31-15 at Landover, Maryland.
Chicago, which is 2-1 on the regular season, was able to gain a 28-0 lead to have their second win in a row at the road. The defense of the Bears was able to make 3 interceptions along with 4 sacks and 2 recoveries from fumbles.
As for Redskins ‘QB Case Keenum, he made two TD passes to team’s wideouts Terry McLaurin and Paul Richardson respectively. Washington, whose career’s record is 0-3 on the season, is off to a devastating start since 2013.
Bears were able to open the scoring by Clinton Dix with only 9 minutes to the first quarter. He made an interception of Keenum’s pass and was able to weave through the crowd for a 37-yard touchdown, which is also his career’s first TD.
After that, Bears gained the lead from Trubisky following his passing TD. He made a roll to the left and then made a pass to Gabriel who then made a 3-yard TD with only 7 minutes to go for the 2nd quarter.
After Bears had their 3rd TD of the night, Khalil Mack, the linebacker of Pro Bowl playing from Bears’ side was able to force a fumble by sacking Keenum but that that was recovered by Redskin’s Akiem Hicks at their 11-yard line.
Redskins were able to make a comeback when Keenum made a flipped TD pass for 2-yard to Richardson for cutting the deficit by 28-15. Still, Chicago was able to stop Redskins’ two points attempt for 2nd time in the game.
Chicago was able to win the game by 31-15 by having their last 38-yard field goal made by Eddy Pineiro.
Up next, Bears will host a game for the Minnesota Vikings that will be played on Sunday while Redskins will be visiting New York Giants for a game on Sunday as well.