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2009 Chicago Bears Season - Regular Season - Week 9: Vs. Arizona Cardinals
... Illinois Referee Ed Hochuli First Quarter ARI – 1212 – 11 yd TD pass from Kurt Warner to Larry Fitzgerald (Rackers kick) (ARI 7–0) CHI – 913 – 33 yd TD pas from Jay Cutler to Greg Olsen (Gould kick) (7 ... Kurt Warner hooked up with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald on an 11-yard touchdown pass ... quarterback Jay Cutler competed a 33-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen, but Arizona came right back as Warner hooked up with tight end Ben ...
Arena Bowl XX - Scoring Summary - Fourth Quarter
... CHI - 1309 - 31 yd TD pass from Matt D'Orazio to Bobby Sippio (Frantz kick) (CHI 55-34) ORL - 900 - 11 yd TD pass from Jake Eaton to Jimmy Fryzel (Taylor kick) (CH ...
2007 Washington Redskins Season - Playoffs - Schedule - NFC: Seattle Seahawks 35, Washington Redskins 14
... Scoring 1st Quarter SEA - Leonard Weaver 17 yd TD run (Josh Brown kick), 345. 2nd Quarter SEA - Josh Brown 50 yd FG, 858. 3rd Quarter SEA - Josh Brown 33 yd FG, 430 ...
Arena Bowl XIII - Scoring Summary
... First Quarter Alb 12 yd TD Pass from Pawlawski to Brown Good PAT by Silvestri Orl 22 yd TD Pass from Maynor to Wagner Good PAT by Cool Alb 1 yd TD Run by Krick Good PAT by ...
2009 Chicago Bears Season - Regular Season - Week 4: Vs. Detroit Lions
... Field, Chicago, Illinois Referee Walt Coleman First Quarter DET – 1050 – Kevin Smith 1 yd TD run (Hanson kick) (DET 7–0) CHI – 851 – Jay Cutler 5 ... with quarterback Matthew Stafford's 14-yard touchdown pass to tight end Will Heller ... Chicago would take the lead in the second quarter with Cutler's 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kellen Davis and a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen, yet the Lions would tie the game prior to ...

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