With field goal, Dolphins rally past Bears 31-28 in overtime

With field goal, Dolphins rally past Bears 31-28 in overtime

With field goal, Dolphins rally past Bears 31-28 in overtime

The Dolphins were up 7-0 at the half, thanks in part to a boneheaded penalty by Bears' defensive lineman Leonard Floyd, who body slammed Danny Amendola to the turf, giving Miami first-and-goal.

Miami's Brock Osweiler threw for 380 yards and three touchdowns subbing for Ryan Tannehill, who sat out because of an injured throwing shoulder.

Mitch Trubisky's six-touchdown game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is ancient history after the Chicago Bears' overtime loss in Week 6 against the Miami Dolphins. They nearly got a touchdown late in the second quarter, but Jordan Howard fumbled on the goal line to stall the drive.

The teams combined for 730 yards of offense in the second half and overtime, after totaling 278 in the first half.

In the second half, Trubisky and the Bears offense woke up.

For the season, Tannehill has completed 85-of-129 passes for 972 yards with eight touchdowns and five interceptions. A 47-yard field goal from Jason Sanders getting Drake out of jail.

He did have two interceptions, both claimed by the Bears' Kyle Fuller, but the first came at the end of the second quarter and wasn't costly.

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Click on the video above to watch Wilson's 75-yard touchdown reception.

Then Miami made their move, finishing a 68-yard drive with another Sanders field goal to end the third quarter.

Trubisky a threw a 29-yard pass to Anthony Miller for a go-ahead score late in the fourth quarter, but Miami needed only one play to tie it again, with the dynamic Wilson weaving through the secondary for a 75-yard score.

But on the very next play, Wilson caught a short pass, evaded a number of Bears tacklers and made his way to the end zone to tie the game at 28-28.

Somehow, to the astonishment of seemingly everyone watching, Kenyan Drake lost control of the ball - a fumble at the most devastating of moments.

But former Dolphin Parkey was wide right on his attempt with 2 minutes left. Miami then rallied from a 21-10 deficit in the final 16 minutes of regulation to tie the game twice and force overtime.

The kicker didn't miss, easily splitting the uprights for the game-winner, as the Bears' recent momentum came to a halt.

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