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Bears rally in fourth quarter to beat 49ers

By Matt Rittenhouse
On September 24, 2014

The Chicago Bears took on the 49ers in San Francisco Sunday night at the new Levi’s Stadium. 

The Bears started off shaky on their first possession with a quick three and out. A blocked punt gave San Francisco a short field to work with.   

However, Chicago was fortunate enough to force a turnover. 

It was not until Brandon Marshall had a one hand grab with 13 seconds to go in the half that the Bears scored their first touchdown. 

At halftime Jay Cutler had thrown 10 for 20 for 64 yards with 27 rushing yards.    

Starting the fourth quarter, the Bears were down 20-7. They scored quickly with an 80-yard drive in 13 plays, ending with another Cutler to Marshall touchdown

Rookie corner back Kyle Fuller, who played in place of injured Charles Tillman, came up with two interceptions in the fourth quarter. Both led to Bears touchdowns.

The final score 28-20, Bears winning. Cutler went 23 of 34 with 176 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions.

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