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2-4, 4th in NFC North
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NFL Panic Meter: Bears

Mitchell Trubisky has shown flashes, but the Bears' problems are far from solved. They remain on the brink.

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20hSN Staff

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ESPN Stats & Info

Howard is tough to bring down

Jordan Howard gained 113 of his career-high 167 rushing yards on Sunday after initial contact, the most by any player in a game this season and the most by a Bears RB since 2009. Howard gained 51 yards after contact on his key 53-yard run in OT to help set up the game-winning field goal.

Trubisky shows flashes of brilliance against Ravens (0:59)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears rookie Mitchell Trubisky plays smart, winning football in Chicago's 27-24 OT victory in Baltimore.

Trubisky learning from mistakes (0:27)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Bears' chances of landing the No. 1 overall pick in next year's draft dropped from 7% to 2% after they beat the Ravens today and the 49ers and Browns both lost.

Trubisky: 'Jordan continues to carry this team' (0:37)
Bears edge Ravens in OT (1:35)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky is the first rookie quarterback to win in Baltimore since John Harbaugh took over the Ravens.


Bears beat Ravens 27-24 in OT

Connor Barth kicked a 40-yard field goal with 2:08 left in overtime, and the Chicago Bears used a 167-yard rushing effort by Jordan Howard to beat the Baltimore Ravens 27-24 on Sunday.

Bears' beat Ravens on field goal in OT (0:18)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Jordan Howard finishes with 167 yards rushing on 36 carries (4.6 yards per carry) and he also added one reception for nine yards. Monster workload for the Bears RB. And Howard's 53 yard run in OT set up the game-winning field goal in Baltimore.

Amos comes up with pick-6 for Bears (0:44)
Trubisky throws 2nd career TD pass (0:27)
Bears' offense pulls off trick-play TD (0:30)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears are in front at halftime because of turnovers -- plain and simple. After struggling all year to take the ball away on defense, the Bears are +2 vs. the Ravens. This is a pleasant surprise since entering Week 6, the Bears ranked dead last in the league in turnover margin, while Baltimore was 8th at +3.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Trick play! Bears offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains dials up a halfback pass from Tarik Cohen to tight end Zach Miller for a 21-yard touchdown. Last week, punter Pat O'Donnell threw a TD pass on a fake punt. Give the Bears credit: they have found creative ways to score the last two weeks as the offense still struggles to put points on the board conventional ways.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Zach Miller TD catch on a HB Toss-Pass vs. the Ravens. Pitch the ball out to RB Tarik Cohen with Miller releasing on the corner route. Baltimore took the bait there.

Team Stats

Passing Yards170.828th
Rushing Yards136.03rd
Points For17.528th
Points Against24.725th

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