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It's another great day for football in Nashville.
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If you''re coming to today's game, be sure to bring your canned goods for the Second Harvest food donation.
No real surprises on today's inactives.
This post was edited by Dan Cotton on 11/4/2012 at 11:04 AM
Will be interesting to see how many targets Cook gets today after all the trade request talk.
There's a big contingent of Bears fans at LP field today.
There are a ton of Bears fans here. and still looks like a few empty seats too.
TitanInsider: Any closer and you'd be in the huddle.
The Titans won the toss and will receive the first half kickoff.
Charles Tillman forces Kenny Britt to fumble on the first play from scrimmage and the Bears recover the ball.
The Titans force the Bears into a three and out. A holding penalty on first down was huge.
Ayers will be a hit on Cutler on first down.
Ayers is created with a sack on his hit of Cutler.
The Bears come through untouched, block Kern's punt and return it for a Bears touchdown.
The Bears are called for a hands to the face penalty in the end zone which results in a Titans safety.
One of the worst first quarters in recent memory for the Titans.
Inexcusable. I hope they get embarrassed today. They deserve it. Nobody deserves to get paid for the product on the field today.
The longest first quarter ever is now over. Four punts, three turnovers and a blocked punt for a touchdown equals a 28-2 lead for the Bears after one quarter.
CJ with his second fumble on the day and the Bears recover it.
Verner is back in after leaving in the first quarter with an injury.
Hasselbeck to Washington for a Titans touchdown.
Cutler to Marshall for another Bears touchdown.
After another Titans turnover. Cutler finds Marshall again for another Bears touchdown.
CJ goes 80 yards for a Titans touchdown. The Titans go for two and get it. It's 51-20 Bears.
Jason Campbell is in for the Bears at quarterback.
Quite possibly the worst effort I've ever seen from the Titans. We'll just leave it at that.
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