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Bears Score Early, Often Against Titans

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NASHVILLE – Another game, another lethargic start for the Bears.

During a 6-1 start, the Bears scored just 30 points in the first quarter, and the offense couldn’t capitalize on a forced fumble generated and recovered on the first play from scrimmage against the Tennessee Titans.

By quarter’s end, though, the Bears had the most prolific scoring first quarter in team history. Starting with a blocked punt by Sherrick McManis and a five-yard return by Corey Wootton midway through the first, the Bears piled on 28 points in every way imaginable en route to a 51-20 victory at LP Field.

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