Published: Tue, October 16, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Brock Osweiler leads Dolphins to overtime win against Bears

Brock Osweiler leads Dolphins to overtime win against Bears

On the ensuing Dolphins drive, the Bears was handed their second defeat of the 2018 season.

Watch Albert Wilson's unbelievable 75-yard catch-and-run that helped the Miami Dolphins upset the Chicago Bears.

It appeared the Dolphins were going to pull out the victory when they marched downfield on their opening drive of overtime.

Worn and torn the Dolphins defense gave up yet another score to put the game nearly out of reach but Brock Osweiler led the team down the field with Albert scoring his second touchdown of the game to tie it up and advancing the game to overtime.

The missed kick set up Dolphins rookie Jason Sanders for his game victor, a 47-yard kick, and helped Miami improve to 4-2 and avoid a three-game losing streak.

Miami beat the Bears, 31-28, on a 47-yard field goal by Jason Sanders with just three seconds to play in overtime.

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Frank Gore rushed for 101 yards.

The game took a 180-degree change in the second half in terms of offense.

Chicago's offense, which entered the game seventh in the league in scoring, rattled off two touchdowns less than five minutes into the third quarter. Running back Tarik Cohen, who compiled 119 total yards on the day (29 rushing, 90 receiving), scored on a 21-yard run, topping Chicago's 21-point quarter.

But that would be far from the case, as the Bears had their hands full with Brock Osweiler's offense and the Miami defense, while each side of the ball had their own moments of good and bad.

The visiting Bears were marching down the field and in position to win the game with a field goal. The Dolphins converted a two-point try to even the game at 21.

Osweiler completed 28 of 44 passes for a career-high 380 yards with three touchdowns despite two interceptions against the Bears - a team he has ironically beaten in his first start with the Texans, Broncos and Dolphins during his career. Eddie Goldman recovered for the Bears, who then drove to the Miami 35.

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