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The Bears First Interception of the Year Turned Into Tarik Cohen’s First Touchdown Pass (Yeah)

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The Chicago Bears didn’t have an interception all year coming into Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, but a quarterback with a higher interception percentage than Mike Glennon helped end the drought:

Joe Flacco entered the game having thrown more interceptions (6) than touchdowns (4) and added to his turnover total by throwing a ball into double coverage that was tipped and grabbed by Bryce Callahan.

The return to the 20-yard-line set the Bears up in prime position to score. And the Bears did just that as offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains dipped into his bag of tricks once again:


Let’s see that one again:

That’s right. Rookie running back Tarik Cohen has as many touchdown throws as fellow rookie Mitch Trubisky after connecting with tight end Zach Miller on a 21-yard strike. Now, who saw that coming?


Luis Medina

Luis is the Lead Writer at The Ten-Yard Line, and you can find him on Twitter at @lcm1986.