How to listen to the Chicago Bears’ record-breaking first-half score
The Chicago Bears have just won the NFL’s first-ever record-setting first-quarter point differential in an NFL game.
The Bears, the league’s best team, scored a season-high 49 points to go up 24-14 late in the first half against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday night.
The first quarter of the Bears-Jaguars game was one of the most exciting moments in NFL history.
The Bears offense dominated the Jaguars defense with their ability to get into the backfield and put pressure on their quarterback.
The Jaguars’ defense played well on the game’s first drive, stopping the Bears offense before it got going.
The Jacksonville defense held the Bears’ offense to a total of 16 points in the opening quarter.
The defense held on for a 41-34 win.
The league’s first point differential of 49 points was the most by any team in the NFL since the Packers’ 49-point margin against the New England Patriots in the 2014 NFC Championship Game.