Bears tight end Zach Miller suffers gruesome leg injury

Team-high 9 tackles, sharing a sack with Cam Jordan, and broke up fourth-down Mitchell Trubisky pass on Bears' penultimate drive. In December of 2013 he was signed to the Chicago Bears where he has remained since.

The Bears defense held their own against a hot Saints' offense, but quarterback Drew Brees was still able to have an efficient 299-yard performance, completing over 82 percent of his passes. Kamara's score was set up by a 54-yard reception by Brandon Coleman and an offsides penalty on the Bears that allowed the Saints to keep driving instead of attempting a field goal.

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Trailing 7-0, Chicago used a 45-yard pass from Trubisky to Tre McBride to move to a first-and-goal at the Saints' 6-yard line. New Orleans improves to 5-2 on the season, and keeps the top spot in the NFC South.

During the FOX broadcast, former National Football League vice president of officiating, Dean Blandino, said the catch should have been ruled a completed catch and a touchdown. The ball hit the ground.

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TE Zach Miller landed awkwardly on his left leg on an apparent 25-yard TD catch and was carted off the field in the third quarter.

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