Thursday Night Football: Bears Get Another Field Goal To Widen Lead Over Dolphins, 9-0

Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould is working overtime in tonight’s Thursday Night Football match-up against the Miami Dolphins. Gould hit his third field goal of the game on the first possession of the third quarter to put the Bears up 9-0. After nailing 46- and 24-yard field goals in the first half, Gould hit a 50-yarder in the third to remain perfect on the night.

The field goal was set up by a 16 yard pass from Jay Cutler to Johnny Knox and 16 yards from running back Matt Forte on the ground. The Bears stalled after crossing midfield after another bout with offensive ineptitude. Chicago’s biggest weapon, Gould, saved the day again, drilling a long field goal.

It’s 9-0 Bears in the third quarter of this scintillating Thursday Night Football match-up.

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