Week 2: At Carolina Panthers
Coming off their upset road win over the Colts, the Bears flew to Bank of America Stadium for a Week 2 intraconference duel with the Carolina Panthers. In the first quarter, Chicago struck first as WR Brandon Lloyd returned a blocked punt 9 yards for a touchdown. In the second quarter, the Bears added on to their lead as kicker Robbie Gould got a 26-yard field goal. The Panthers would respond with kicker John Kasay getting a 37-yard field goal. In the third quarter, Chicago added on to its lead with FB Jason McKie getting a 1-yard TD run. However, Carolina started to rally as Kasay nailed a 45-yard field goal, along with RB Jonathan Stewart getting a 4-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, the Panthers closed out its game-winning rally with Stewart getting a 1-yard TD run.
With the loss, the Bears fell to 1-1.
|Week Two: Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers— Game Summary|
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