Week 5: At Chicago Bears
The Bills traveled to Soldier Field to take on the Chicago Bears, where Head Coach Dick Jauron would go up against his former team. From the start, Buffalo was in trouble, as Bears kicker Robbie Gould kicked two field goals in the first quarter (a 42-yarder and a 43-yarder). Then, in the second quarter, three straight touchdowns came from the Bears (a 8-yard pass to WR Bernard Berrian, RB Cedric Benson's 1-yard run, and a 15-yard pass to WR Rashied Davis) put the Bills in a deep hole. In the third quarter, Gould put up another field goal for Chicago (a 32-yarder), while in the fourth quarter, Gould would kick a 41-yard field goal and Benson would get another 1-yard TD run. The Bills would get a late touchdown, as QB J.P. Losman completed a 5-yard strike to WR Lee Evans, ending the Bears 11-quarter streak of not allowing their opponents to score a TD. In the end, Buffalo ended up getting routed and it would drop them to 2–3.
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