You know how I’ve said the NFL is the NFL?
Well, I’m not kidding.
The NFL is an incredibly popular sport, and while most of the teams in the league are in the top 10 or 11, it has a history of going on one-and-done.
Some teams have a history that goes back to the 1960s, when they won only seven games in their first two seasons.
(This was a very bad record for the NFL at the time.)
But even with that history, the NFL has seen its share of ups and downs.
There have been a number of high-profile retirements and the league has undergone some major changes, like the introduction of the “pass” offense in the 1990s.
But when it comes to games like the Bears-Broncos game tonight, there is still something about the NFL that still makes the game memorable.
The Bears-Colts game was a classic.
The Broncos won in overtime.
The game featured a few highlight-reel plays.
And while this was not the greatest game of the year, it did feature a classic Bears-Texans shootout that gave the game some real drama and suspense.
Let’s take a look at how the game unfolded, and then we’ll get into what you need to know.
What was the game like?
The game between the Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos was played at Soldier Field, a stadium that was built in 1960 for the Super Bowl.
The stadium had a capacity of 49,000, and the crowd was filled with fans who came for the game to see their favorite team win the Superbowl.
The two teams entered the game tied at 12-all, and it was an interesting moment.
Bears quarterback Brett Favre was sacked on the first play of the first quarter.
That’s when the game went into overtime.
It was an exciting time for the Broncos.
They had a chance to win, but it seemed like they were losing the game.
The next play of overtime, which was a play called by the referee, came with 2:18 left in the second quarter.
The ball was deflected by safety J.J. Watt.
Watt was tackled, and he had a torn Achilles tendon.
He was replaced by rookie linebacker Derrick Johnson.
Johnson came on to replace him in the fourth quarter, and by the time he came on, the Bears had already gone up 21-3.
Denver had won the game in overtime by a score of 28-24.
But by that point, things were going downhill.
They were trailing by 16 points with about 10 minutes left in regulation, and they had already blown a 14-point lead to the Texans.
But after two more turnovers, the Broncos were finally able to force a punt.
That put the ball at the Broncos 33-yard line with just over five minutes left.
But that’s when things got interesting.
The crowd was already chanting “We can’t go down!” and “Come on!” as the game was being played.
There was no way the Broncos could have called a timeout.
They knew they were down to their last two field goal attempts, and that’s exactly what they did.
But instead of making a last-ditch effort to force the overtime, they gave up three field goals.
It got ugly for both teams, and on the final play, it looked like the Broncos might have gotten away with a field goal.
But with the extra point tied, the game would have gone to overtime.
In the end, the teams went to overtime, and after a series of plays, a fumble by Texans defensive end J. J. Watt made it 18-17.
But it didn’t look like the Texans had much of a chance.
The play was ruled a fumble and the Broncos kicked a field-goal attempt that was blocked.
In overtime, the play was called.
With just over a minute left in overtime, a Denver touchdown would have tied the game and sent the game into extra time.
The clock was running down, and Watt went down, ending the game for the Bears.
What were the stats?
The Bears and Broncos scored 17 points in the game, including a touchdown pass from Favre to linebacker Derrick King that set up a first-and