Sometimes, the best offense is a little bit of defense:
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) November 22, 2018
Eddie Jackson added his second pick-six in fifth days, taking a Matthew Stafford pass to the house to break the tie and give the Bears a fourth quarter lead. This also happens to be Jackson’s fifth defensive touchdown in the last two years. Talk about getting a quality return on the investment of a fourth-round pick.
Jackson’s interception is exactly what the Bears offense needed after stalling out on the first drive after the Lions tied it up with 7:44 left. Chicago is going to need a few more stops (and maybe another defensive score like the one we just saw) to ice this game away.