Detroit Lions win 34-30 over Chicago Bears : How it occurred

Detroit Lions win 34-30 over Chicago Bears : How it occurred

Detroit Lions game score, live updates and examination versus the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday (1 p.m., Fox).

The Lions (4-7) and Bears (5-6) are both free-falling in the standings. The Lions have lost two straight, and terminated mentor Matt Patricia and senior supervisor Bob Quinn after the Thanksgiving Day victory misfortune to Houston.

Presently, Lions interval mentor Darrell Bevell gets his previously shot as a NFL lead trainer and is geeked about it. He’s without starters D’Andre Swift, Kenny Golladay and Jeff Okudah.

The Bears have lost five of every a column to drop a game behind in the NFC season finisher standings, and are giving fourth-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky a second sequential beginning. He has mysteriously claimed the Lions the past 2½ seasons, beginning and dominating each of the four matches, tossing for 277 yards for every game with 12 scores and one block attempt.

• Box score

Free Press sports author Carlos Monarrez recaps each drive and enormous play during the game. Join the conversation in the remark part of this story.

Live updates

4:10 p.m.: Stafford takes a knee and the Lions win, 34-30. They improve to 5-7 and the Bears tumble to 5-7 and lose their 6th in a row.

4:08 p.m.: The Lions take over on downs with 11 seconds left when they stop Montgomery on fourth-and-1 at the Detroit 20 on a run up the center that was halted by Kevin Strong. The Bears began from their 25 after a touchback. At that point they immediately got to the Lions’ 44 when Montgomery got a pass for 16 yards and got another 15 on account of a pony collar tackle by Kearse. On third-and-5, Robinson committed an error subsequent to getting a pass and running outside the field of play at the Detroit 20, 1 yard short.

3:59 p.m.: Peterson scores on a 5-yard rush to give the Lions a 34-30 lead with 1:37 left. After a 2-yard run on first down, Peterson drove the heap into the end zone.

3:57 p.m.: The Lions’ safeguard comes up enormous when Romeo Okwara strip sacks Trubisky. John Penisini recuperates at the 7 for the Lions with 1:48 left.

3:49 p.m.: The Lions slice the Bears’ lead to 30-27 with 2:18 left on Stafford’s profound pass to Jones in the end zone. The Lions moved 96 yards in 2:15 Stafford hit Hockenson for 22 yards, at that point Amendola for 14 yards, at that point Amendola again on a plunging get for 17 yards to arrive at the Chicago 43 on three plays.

3:46 p.m.: Griffen sacks Trubisky to constrain a three-and-out. After a punt, the Lions actually take over from their 4 with 4:33 left.

3:40 p.m.: The Lions’ offense gives back in kind by going three and out and punting to the Bears’ 45, where they will take over with 6:38 left. Stafford finished a 5-yard pass to Jones yet couldn’t associate with Hockenson on second down and tossed a profound pass fragmented to Jones on third down. A bit of astounding the Lions didn’t put it all on the line on fourth down with time ticking down.

3:35 p.m.: The Lions’ safeguard constrained a three-and-out with a rush on third-and-4 that prompted an inadequate pass. They were supported by a holding approach lineman Charles Leno that constrained the Bears into second-and-11. After a punt and reasonable catch, the Lions will begin from their 8 with 7:22 left in the final quarter.

3:28 p.m.: Stafford was taken out by guarded tackle Bilal Nichols while he was tossing sidearm to James. The Bears will take over at the Detroit 46 with 9:22 left in the final quarter. The Lions kept away from a three-and-out when Amendola motioned to one side and uncovered the Bears to play in zone and Stafford hit him all the way open for a 23-yard gain to the Chicago 49.

3:22 p.m.: The Bears took a 30-20 lead on Trubisky’s pass to Kmet with 11:23 left in the final quarter. The Bears squirmed in the clear on third-and-6 when Everson Griffen hopped offside on a hard tally and was punished for a nonpartisan zone infraction. That permitted Trubisky to run for a simple initially down on third-and-1. The protection bounced back on the following play with Jamie Collins’ tackle of Montgomery for a 1-yard misfortune. The Bears beat a rush on third-and-7 when Trubisky hit Miller for a 21-yard gain to the Detroit 24. For a third time, the Bears changed over on third down when he extended his arm over the first-down creator while being handled by Tracy Walker for a 4-yard pick up on third-and-4 to the 14.

3:05 p.m.: Jesse James’ 9-yard score get with 3:55 left in the second from last quarter slice the Bears lead to 23-20. On fourth-and-1, Stafford dove for a first down to the Chicago 34. Hockenson made two pleasant gets, including a catch while plunging in reverse by the sideline for a 24-yard gain to the Chicago 10.

2:56 p.m.: After exchanging punts to begin the subsequent a large portion of, the Lions backpedal on offense with 9:02 left in the second from last quarter. They’ll begin from their 34.

2:32 p.m.: The Lions couldn’t change over on two Hail Marys and head into halftime down, 23-13. On third-and-10, Stafford hit Jones up the center for a 22-yard gain to the Chicago 47. Halftime details are pretty even, yet the Bears are pulverizing the Lions in surging, 106 yards to 38. The Lions have a major bit of leeway on third down, changing over 71% to the Bears’ 33% – despite the fact that the Bears have been so productive they’ve just confronted three third downs.

2:24 p.m.: David Montgomery scored on a 4-yard race to give the Bears a 23-13 lead with 36 seconds left in the subsequent quarter. Montgomery broke a few handles as he took up the gut for his second score of the game. The Bears went with a hustle just a bit offense and walked 68 yards on six plays in 1:46 and never confronted a third down. The Bears’ large play went ahead Anthony Miller getting a low pass and afterward running for some additional yards on a 19-yard gain to the Detroit 18.

2:11 p.m.: The Lions slice the Bears’ lead to 16-13 on Stafford’s 49-yard bomb to Quintez Cephus with 2:22 left in the subsequent quarter. Cephus beat Kyle Fuller where it counts the correct sideline and got Stafford’s pass while falling into the end zone. The Lions kept away from a three-and-out on the past play when Stafford hit Jones up the center or a 25-yard gain to the Bears’ 49. They went 72 yards on four plays in 1:58.

2:02 p.m.: The Lions’ guard constrained its first punt when Jayron Kearse bird to separate Trubisky’s pass to Cole Kmet on third-and-10 from the Chicago 39. After a punt and short Agnew return, the Lions will take over from their 28 with 4:20 left in the subsequent quarter.

1:55 p.m.: The Lions punted after Stafford’s was hit while attempting to toss to Quintez Cephus on third-and-8 from the Detroit 43. After a 45-yard Jack Fox punt, the Bears will take over from their 12 with 8:06 left. The Lions began from their 31 after Agnew’s 23-yard return. On the primary play, Stafford toppled Marvin Jones on a profound pass endeavor. The Lions tried not to go three-and-out after Khalil Mack’s sack on third-and-5 when cornerback Buster Skrine was called for unlawful contact on T.J. Hockenson. Stafford attempted Jones again on a bomb however again toppled him by a great deal.

1:47 p.m.: Cordarrelle Patterson scored on a 5-yard end race to give the Bears a 16-6 lead with 10:10 left in the subsequent quarter. Patterson ran off right tackle and was scarcely moved by Okwara’s left hand as he effortlessly ran into the end zone. The Bears began from their 25 after a touchback. The Lions attempted to constrain a three-and-out by blitzing Jarrad Davis on third-and-6 from the Detroit 29. Yet, Trubisky hit Robinson open in the field for a 21-yard gain to midfield. That was the last third down the Bears looked as they consistently walked to the 5.

1:34 p.m.: The Lions slice the Bears’ lead to 9-7 on Adrian Peterson’s 3-yard run up the center with 15 seconds left in the primary quarter. Be that as it may, Matt Prater’s additional point endeavor hit the correct upstanding. The Lions began from their 28 after Jonathan Williams restored a short mortar kick 10 yards. The Lions began with Stafford’s deficiency and a sack by Barkevious Mingo, yet he hit Marvin Jones for 15 yards to maintain a strategic distance from a three-and-out. Peterson exploited an extraordinary Frank Ragnow square and run up the gut 15 yards to the Chicago 24. On third-and-4, Stafford hit T.J. Hockenson for 14 yards to the 4.

1:22 p.m.: The Bears took a 9-0 lead on David Montgomery’s 13-yard run with 6:13 left. Romeo Okwara hindered the extra-point kick. Montgomery made some decent cuts and hardened equipped Duron Harmon. Trubisky hit a fully open Robinson in the field for 17 yards to the Chicago 49. They followed that with Patterson’s run for 12 yards and afterward a free initially down on Okwara’s nonpartisan zone infraction, and that was trailed by Patterson’s 13-yard run. Those four plays moved the Bears from their 32 to the Lions’ 21.

1:14 p.m.: The Lions turned over the ball on downs with 9:29 left in the main quarter after Jamal Agnew was halted for no addition on a compass by Buster Skrine on fourth-and-1 at the Chicago 29. The Lions began from their 20 after Jamal Agnew’s 16-yard the opening shot return. The Lions got two major piece plays on Mohamed Sanu’s catch and run for 21 yards to the 41. At that point Matthew Stafford’s shot pass hit Agnew for a 19-yard gain to the Chicago 38.

1:07 p.m.: The Bears took a 3-0 burden on Cairo Santos’ 45-yard field objective with 12:37 left in the primary quarter. The Bears began on offense and in great position when Cordarrelle Patterson restored the initial opening shot 45 yards to the Chicago 46. Mitchell Trubisky’s 16-yard pass to Allen Robinson got the Bears to the Detroit 34. However, Romeo Okwara halted David Montgomery for a 1-yard misfortune on third-and-2.

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