Chicago Bears fall to Buffalo Bills in overtime

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Chicago Bears fell to Buffalo Bills in home opener in overtime.

The favored Bears were chasing the Bills for most of the afternoon Sunday at Soldier Field. In the end, the Bills prevailed 23-20 in overtime on a 27-yard field goal by Dan Carpenter.

The Bears tied the game 20-20 when Robbie Gould kicked a 37-yard field goal with 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

The game was marred by turnovers. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had two passes intercepted. Bills quarterback EJ Manuel had a pass intercepted by Chris Conte.

Updates at Chicago Tribune

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