The Buffalo Bills upset the Chicago Bears on the road with a 23-20 overtime victory, and kicker Dan Carpenter finished with three field goals.
The Buffalo Bills pulled off a shocking upset of the Chicago Bears in overtime and beat them, 23-20. The Bills took a 17-7 lead at halftime.
The Bears tied it at 17 in the third quarter though with a field goal from Robbie Gould and a touchdown pass from quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Bills took a 20-17 lead in the fourth quarter with a field goal by Dan Carpenter. The Bears had an opportunity to take the lead with a touchdown, but the Bills held them to a field goal as the game was sent to overtime.
After a few plays with gains, running back Fred Jackson ran for 38 yards to put the Bills in the red zone. They eventually set themselves up in the middle to allow Carpenter to kick a 27-yard field goal to win the game. He finished with three field goals, including a 50-yarder.
Quarterback E.J. Manuel finished with 173 yards on 16-of-22 passing with a touchdown and an interception. Jackson led the team in rushing with 61 yards on seven carries, and C.J. Spiller added 53 yards on 15 carries.
Robert Woods led the team in receiving with four catches and 78 yards.
For the Bears, Cutler threw for 349 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions on 34-of-49 passing. Running back Matt Forte led the team in both rushing and receiving and gained 169 total yards.
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall finished with eight catches and 71 yards with a touchdown.