Bradley Sowell, 'Santa's Sleigh' Deliver Memorable Moment For Bears

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"It was pretty cool", Sowell said.

After all, they'll be back on the field in just four days to take on the Los Angeles Chargers in a divisional showdown on Thursday Night Football. Bradley Sowell, who caught the touchdown on "Santa's Sleigh", made mention of Nagy getting criticized for the first time a play was created to get him the ball (a pass that should've been picked off in the end zone against the New England Patriots).

The pass to Sowell, technically known as "Santa's Sleigh", worked, as did the handoff to Hicks, which is called "Freezer Left", a week earlier.

This score, and the extra point afterward, gave the Bears a 15-6 lead with just under 10 minutes remaining in the third quarter.

Christmas came more than two weeks early for Bears offensive lineman Bradley Sowell. This play featured Hicks as the running back in the shotgun next to Trubisky. The Bears converted a two-point conversion against the Vikings with Akiem Hicks and Roy Robertson-Harris lined up as half of a diamond formation on one side of the field.

Trubisky ran a play-action fake to Hicks, which helped free Sowell to sneak into the end zone with space. A 6-foot-7 career tackle, Sowell had to jump in the air and bring down a pass high over his head.

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"When you actually catch the touchdown, you just blank out", Sowell said.

Added Bullard: "Fun to get some big guys out there". But for the Bears, it's just another day at the office.

As Nagy explains it, even the most diligent coaching staff doesn't prepare for an alignment that contains six offensive linemen, four defensive linemen and a quarterback. The depths of Nagy's creativity in calling plays hasn't revealed any bounds just yet.

"We needed a play, so they gave it to the playmaker I guess", Sowell joked in the locker room while his fellow offensive linemen hooted and hollered nearby. "I was still feeling my heel, but at the same time, I knew that man, if you want the W, if you want to be a great receiver, this is your moment to make plays".

"If you have a "why" behind why you do it, then it makes sense", Nagy said. "Those guys deserve a ton of credit for having us ready every single week".

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