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CHICAGO - Jared Allen figured the Chicago Bears were bound to retaliate, that they could only take so much after getting knocked around. Gerson Jersey . They didnt exactly treat his former team as a punching bag. They just played well enough to put their implosion on hold. Jay Cutler threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns, and the Bears won for just the second time in seven games by beating the Minnesota Vikings 21-13 on Sunday. Ryan Mundy intercepted Teddy Bridgewaters 29-yard pass in the end zone in the closing minute, and the Bears hung on for the win after suffering two of the worst blowout losses in franchise history. I think we kind of rallied around each other, said Allen, the five-time Pro Bowl defensive end who signed with Chicago after spending six seasons with Minnesota. I think the sense of urgency was there. You can only get beat up so many times before you fight back. People questioned the character of the locker room. We know what we have. Alshon Jeffery had 135 yards receiving and a touchdown catch. Brandon Marshall added 90 yards and two TD receptions, including a 4-yarder in the fourth quarter that made it an 11-point game. Matt Forte ran for 117 yards. Allen had a sack against his former team, and the Bears (4-6) prevailed after joining the 1923 Rochester Jeffersons as the only teams to give up 50 or more points in consecutive games with blowouts at New England and Green Bay. But it was a different story against the Vikings (4-6). The Bears gave up a season-low 243 yards while racking up 468, and they picked up their first win at Soldier Field after dropping their first three there. Minnesota got a 48-yard end-around by Andrew Sendejo on a fake punt to set up an early touchdown but little else on the way to its seventh straight loss in Chicago. Bridgewater threw for just 158 yards and touchdown, and the Vikings came up short after winning two in a row. They have been under a lot of heat, they stepped up today, played a lot better than weve seen in the last couple of weeks, Vikings centre John Sullivan said. Marshall made it an 11-point game when he posted Josh Robinson in the end zone like a basketball player and leaped to snag a 4-yard pass to make it 21-10. That capped a drive in which the Bears converted twice on a fourth-and-1 on runs by Forte— at the Minnesota 27 and at the 6. The Vikings then drove to the Chicago 8 before settling for a 26-yard field goal by Blair Walsh with just over four minutes left. They were threatening to tie it again. But Mundys interception in the right side of the end zone on a pass intended for Charles Johnson sealed the win for Chicago on a day when there were issues with the scoreboard clock. Stadium officials were not sure what caused it to malfunction. The problems started late in the first half, although the clocks on the side were still working at that time. They were all out once the second half started, forcing the referees to keep time by hand, and stayed that way for most of the third quarter before coming back on. There were more issues in the closing minutes of the game, and Vikings coach Mike Zimmer was not happy. Its another new experience. Its hard to know because no one is telling you how much time is left, he said. Zimmer used an expletive to describe the clocks, and then apologized for his language. NFL spokesman Michael Signora said the protocol when game clocks at the stadium are not operational is for time to be kept on the field, with the side judge responsible for the game clock and the line judge also keeping the game time as a backup. The back judge is responsible for the play clock. As for what happened on the field, the Bears overcame an early 10-0 deficit to take a 14-10 halftime lead after being outscored a combined 94-7 in the first two quarters of the previous two games. They also won over a restless crowd. There were 6,472 no-shows and the 55,320 fans on hand were letting their team hear it after Bridgewater connected with Rhett Ellison for a 7-yard touchdown following Sendejos end-around with the Vikings lined up to punt late in the first quarter. But the Bears gave them something to cheer less than two minutes into the second. Jeffery caught a 27-yard touchdown from Cutler to make it a three-point game. The Bears took their first lead since their win at Atlanta on Oct. 12 with just under three minutes left in the half when Marshall hauled in Cutlers 44-yard heave. Someone said that were probably not going to have the best home-field advantage today — and rightfully so, Cutler said. We havent performed the way the fans think we should perform. We havent performed the way the players think we should. NOTES: Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph returned after missing six games with a sports hernia, but did not catch a pass. ... Allen is 1-9 in his career at Soldier Field. ... The 243 yards allowed were the fewest by the Bears since they held Houston to 215 on Nov. 11, 2012. Juan Jesus Jersey .C. United have acquired midfielder Alex Caskey from the Seattle Sounders for a third-round pick in the 2016 MLS draft. Francesco Totti Jersey . -- Adrian Peterson takes a look around the league and sees big money flying everywhere. http://www.asromafcstore.com/abdullahi-nura-as-roma-jersey/ . Mark Teahen scored the go-ahead run in the home seventh on an error by Scott Sizemore, who had knotted the game with a solo homer in the previous half- inning. Paul Konerko then hit an RBI single which proved to be the winning run.INDIANAPOLIS - Ryan Nassib finally showed the New York Giants how this new offence should look. Crisp, efficient and potent. After three quarters of bumbling around in Indianapolis, the second-year quarterback led New York to two touchdowns in the final four minutes Saturday night. The second came on a 4-yard TD pass to Corey Washington with 55 seconds left —to give the Giants an improbable 27-26 victory against the Indianapolis Colts. "It was definitely a strange game in that way, but it shows that we have some perseverance," Nassib said. "Well play until the games over." For three quarters, the Giants stumbled around. Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning finished 1 of 7 for 6 yards and was fortunate to have an interception wiped out by a Colts penalty. Backup Curtis Painter, the one-time Indy starter, completed one pass during a first half that the Giants managed only 48 yards and wound up 6 of 15 for 64 yards and one TD. The defence allowed 177 yards in the first two quarters, struggling to force punts, and kickoff returner Quintin Demps even lost a fumble. "Whatever words you want to use to describe it, there was no production," coach Tom Coughlin said when asked about the offence. "Theres nothing to look at from a production standpoint and thats disappointing." Things looked so bleak that when Painter finally got the Giants (3-0) on the scoreboard with 10:16 left in the fourth quarter, on a 3-yard TD pass to Kellen Davis, the smattering of fans left at Lucas Oil Stadium thought it was more of a gimme than the start of a comeback. Sixteen seconds later, though, Spencer Adkins recovered a fumble in the Colts end zone to make it 26-14, and then Nassib started working his late-game magic. He led the Giants on a 92-yard drive, capped by Michael Coxs 2-yard TD run, and then found Washington in the back corner of the end zone. Washington has caught a TD pass in each of the Giants three preseason games, including the winning scores each of the past two weeks. "Hes proven that hes made those big plays before and he did it once again," Nassib said of Washington. The late rally, against Indys backups, ruined what had been a big night for Hakeem Nicks, who signed with Indianapoolis (0-2) as a free agent in March after helping the Giants win the Super Bowl in their last trip to Lucas Oil Stadium in February 2012. Gregoire Defrel Jersey. . He showed his old team that he could still play. Nicks caught five passes for 53 yards, accounting for most of Andrew Lucks production on a night Reggie Wayne was again held out. Luck wound up 12 of 18 for 89 yards with one TD. All week Nicks held his emotions in check, telling reporters all the right things. On Saturday night, he looked as if he had all the right moves, too, with the exception of a couple of goodbye waves to his ex-teammates as he headed out of bounds. The second time he did it, the refs flagged him for unsportsmanlike conduct wiping out a 36-yard gain and getting a brief lecture from coach Chuck Pagano. "He knew what he did, what that discussion was going to be like," Pagano said. The penalty didnt stop Nicks or the Colts. On the next play, he caught an 8-yard pass for a first down, and opened the second quarter with a 17-yard catch that eventually led to Adam Vinatieris second field goal of the game, a 42-yarder that made it 13-0. Matt Hasselbeck replaced Luck on the next series and promptly threw a 14-yard TD pass to DaRick Rogers to make it 20-0 at halftime, and two field goals from Cody Parkey made it 26-0 early in the fourth — a lead that looked safe. Painters TD pass and Adkins fumble recovery gave the Giants a glimmer of hope and Nassib made it happen by overcoming two offensive penalties and converting two fourth-down chances by hooking up with Washington for the winner. "We challenged them at halftime," Coughlin said. "I wanted us to come out in the second half and see who loved football. It was primarily the end of the second group and then the third group that did it." Notes: Four New York players left the game with injuries: Cornerback Prince Amukamara (groin), offensive tackle Charles Brown (shoulder), defensive tackle Markus Kuhn (elbow) and safety Cooper Taylor (toe). Coughlin did not have a postgame update. ... Manning said he is comfortable in the offence but that the Giants are still trying to understand all the nuances. ... Pagano said the Colts did not sustain any significant injuries. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '


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