Bears vs. Dolphins Live Blog: Score, highlights, analysis from NFL Week 4 game

Bears vs. Dolphins Live Blog: Score, highlights, analysis from NFL Week 4 game

The Bears are back! 

Chicago's back from their early-season bye, and in South Beach to take on the first of four straight AFC East opponents. 

As always, J.J. Stankevitz will be your eyes and ears from Arizona; give him a follow. Lorin Cox's tweets are also worth your time. 


Bears lose. DOLPHINS 31, BEARS 28. 

This game has officially gone off the rails.  Cody Parkey then missed a 53-yard field goal. We're a minute away from the dreaded T-word.


3 - Tarik Cohen fumbles near midfield, and the Dolphins recover. Not ideal! 

It was always destined to go this way: 

252 - Dolphins score on their own. We've got a LIVE one in Miami. BEARS 28, DOLPHINS 28. 

TOUCHDOWN BEARS. 11-play, 75-yard drive is capped off with a 30-yard TD pass from Trubisky to Kevin Miller. We never doubted it! Totally! 

More injury news! because that's what you wanted to hear: 

230 - Uhhhh the Dolphins have tied the game. BEARS 21, DOLPHINS 21. 


hey this is definitely the right call, good job refs: 

210 - TOUCHDOWN BEARS. This time it's Tarik Cohen's turn and we've got ourselves a comfortable lead in Miami. BEARS 21, DOLPHINS 10. 

155 - The Dolphins kick a field goal. It goes in. The world turns. BEARS 14, DOLPHINS 10. 

150- And then, after Kyle Fuller's 2nd INT of the day (shouts to him), it's Allen Robinson's turn. BEARS 14, DOLPHINS 7

TOUCHDOWN BEARS. The Trubisky-Burton shovel pass returns: 


125 - presented without comment besides this comment so I guess it's not REALLY without comment: 

1:20 - A wild Kyle Fuller appears! Fuller picks off Osweiler and the Bears are back in business. 

1:15 - Let's just watch this and forget about anything else? 

1:10 - The Bears get to the 1-yard line, thanks mostly to Jordan Howard and Taylor Gabriel. Then, Howard fumbles at the 1 and the Dolphins recover. This game sure is fun! 

1:02 - We are vastly approaching This Game Is Boring territory. 

1- everything is actually fine though: 

Everything is fine!!!!


1225 - Dolphins get on the board first. Osweiler to Nick O'Leary for a 5 yard TD pass. DOLPHINS 7, BEARS 0 

1225 - Leonard Floyd wyd: 


That's a lot! 

1215 - Bears first drive probably should have been a big ol' TD but Trubisky overthrows a wide open Kevin Miller. That's all we have to say about that. 

1206 - The Dolphins first drive sputters out at midfield. We got some VINTAGE Brock Osweiler throws, too. 

my heart: 


Inactives are out! Check them all out right here. 


The Bears jumped from -3.5 to -6

(Too) Bold Predictions: Cody Parkey revenge game?

Experts like the Bears' chances

Three keys and a prediction

Final Thoughts

Eddie Jackson active, Kevin White inactive for Bears vs. Rams


Eddie Jackson active, Kevin White inactive for Bears vs. Rams

The Bears starting lineup for both sides of the ball are fully active for their primetime, Week 14 matchup with the Los Angeles Rams.

Mitchell Trubisky did not appear on the final injury report this week, confirming ahead of time that he would be clear for his return, but safety Eddie Jackson ended the week questionable for the game.

One safety did end up inactive, but it wasn’t the second-year starter.

Deon Bush was listed as doubtful for the game with a shin injury, and he is unable to take the field. Jackson and rookie defensive lineman Bilal Nichols were both questionable, and neither one will miss the contest.

Wide receiver Kevin White is once again a healthy scratch for the Bears with tight end Adam Shaheen back in the lineup. Fullback Michael Burton is even active over the former first-round pick.

The only key starter missing for the game is the one injured reserve, right guard Kyle Long. 

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Bears vs Rams, Week 14: How to watch, listen and stream


Bears vs Rams, Week 14: How to watch, listen and stream

The Bears are facing their toughest test of the season against the NFC-leading Los Angeles Rams. Matt Nagy and Mitchell Trubisky have been compared to Sean McVay and Jared Goff many times, and now they get to go head to head.

Here’s how you can tune in to the game.

Game Information

Los Angeles Rams (11-1) at Chicago Bears (8-4)

7:20 p.m. CT, Sunday, Dec. 9

Soldier Field, Chicago


Sunday Night Football on NBC

Announcers: Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth


Stream on NBC Sports

Football Aftershow on NBC Sports Chicago


WBBM 780 (Chicago)

Satellite Radio

National broadcast: XM 88

Bears feed: XM 225

Rams feed: XM 226

Coverage on NBC Sports Chicago

“The Warm Up” — 15 minutes prior to every Bears game this season, host Laurence Holmes, along with analysts Lance Briggs, Alex Brown, Matt Forte, will hold a special Facebook Live segment on NBC Sports Chicago’s official Facebook page — offering a game day preview featuring their expert commentary and predictions. 

Plus - Bears fans will have also an opportunity to have their questions answered by submitting their game day inquiries via the “comments” section on the live stream.

“3rd Quarter Sidecast” — At the start of the third quarter of every Bears game this season, fans will also be able to interact with the Football Aftershow crew via Facebook Live ( as they watch and react to the first few series of the second half.

In addition, the “3rd Quarter Sidecast” will also feature more fan interaction as fans can post their thoughts and ask their questions to Briggs, Brown, and Forte.