WATCH: 45-yard scramble by Mitchell Trubisky sets up two-yard touchdown


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Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky broke free for one of the longest runs of his career.
Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky broke free for one of the longest runs of his career.

ATLANTA — Answering an Atlanta Falcons touchdown drive with one of their own, the Chicago Bears quickly marched down the field prior to halftime on Sunday. Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky broke free for a lumbering 45-yard scramble into the red zone.

No Falcons defenders were around to prevent Trubisky from rumbling down the field. A few plays later, Trubisky connected with tight end Jimmy Graham for a two-yard touchdown pass. Graham caught the pass out wide and burst across the goal line, untouched. The Week 3 score decreased the Bears' deficit to 16-10 at Mercedez-Benz Stadium.

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