The Bears’ final drive of the game consisted of 18 plays for 69 yards with a time of possession of 8:30. During that last drive the Bears offense went four for six for 39 yards through the air. They ran the ball eight times for 33 yards and got a five yard Thanksgiving gift after the Lions called back-to-back timeouts.
The NFC West-leading Cardinals will try to keep it going when they visit the struggling Chicago Bears on Sunday. I think the guys are very focused,” quarterback Kyler Murray said. Focused on finishing this thing out the way we would like to, going into, hopefully, making a playoff appearance.
A look at the Cardinals' second injury report of the week. Things look good for Murray and Hopkins.