Mitch Trubisky completed an offensive touchdown drive with a short pass to Taylor Gabriel to give the Bears a 14-0 lead. Then Washington turned it over to set up another scoring drive. One that was so easy, a struggling offense found it easy to waltz into the end zone.
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The first drive had everything you could ever want. It was an 11-play, 67-yard drive that chewed up 6 minutes, 23 seconds that featured balance, ball movement, and Trubisky completing a pass going left. The second drive looked like what you would expect a professional offense would do when given a layup by a defense that is overmatched.
It was a long time coming for the Bears, who came into the game as the only NFL team without a passing touchdown. Now the Bears have two!