Referee explains reversal of Bears tight end Zach Miller's touchdown vs. Saints

Referee explains reversal of Bears tight end Zach Miller's touchdown vs. Saints

Referee explains reversal of Bears tight end Zach Miller's touchdown vs. Saints

Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure after the Saints, Bears game on Sunday, when the 90-year-old started feeling weak.

Running backs Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara each ran for touchdowns for New Orleans (5-2). Kamara finished the contest with 69 total yards.

Chicago had one more chance to tie after Wil Lutz's 49-yard field goal with 1:35 left, but an interception by Saints rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore ended that threat.

Zach Miller managed to hold onto a pass in the end zone as his left leg bent awkwardly, but not according to the National Football League rules, CBS Chicago reports. They also featured a solid 1-2 backfield punch in Jordan Howard and human joystick Tarik Cohen.

Ingram's score capped an 80-yard drive and was set up by a 19-yard reception by Josh Hill to the 1-yard line.

Both teams made plenty of mistakes in the game, but it was New Orleans who was able to take better advantage of their opportunities and continue their winning streak, leaving the Bears with plenty to learn from their loss.

From there, Barth hooked a 47-yard field goal to the left, and the Saints led 14-3 at the half.

Drew Brees finished 23-of-28 passing for 299 yards.

Chicago had a TD overturned on video review after Zach Miller's 25-yard catch, during which the tight end's left leg bent unnaturally as he landed.

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