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New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears: RECAP, SCORE, STATS (10/28/18), NFL Week 8

The New York Jets (3-4) — led by quarterback Sam Darnold, wide receiver Robby Anderson and tight end Chris Herndon — meet the Chicago Bears (3-3) in NFL Week 8 action on Sunday, October 28, 2018 (10/28/18) at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears, coming off a loss to the New England Patriots, are led by quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and outside linebacker Khalil Mack.

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Here is NJ Advance Media’s coverage of the game:

The Jets fell to 3-5 on the season with a 24-10 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill.

Rookie quarterback Sam Darnold was 14-of-29 for 153 yards and one touchdown.

Here is the AP recap of the game:

CHICAGO (AP) — Mitchell Trubisky threw for two touchdowns, and the short-handed Chicago Bears beat the New York Jets 24-10 on Sunday.

The Bears (4-3) got the win they needed after dropping two in a row to fall out of the NFC North lead, even though star pass rusher Khalil Mack (right ankle) and No. 1 receiver Allen Robinson (groin) missed the game.

With Sam Darnold struggling against Chicago’s defense, the Jets (3-5) managed just 207 yards and lost their second straight game.

Trubisky was shaky but did enough to help the Bears come out on top. He connected with Tarik Cohen for a 70-yard touchdown on a screen in the first quarter and threw a 4-yard scoring pass to Anthony Miller in the third, making it 14-3. But the second-year pro was wild again after struggling with his control against New England the previous week.

Trubisky was 16 of 29 for 220 yards. He also ran for 51 on six attempts.

Cohen’s lone reception was the big touchdown. He also ran for 40 yards on five carries.

Jordan Howard ran for 81 yards and a touchdown. He scored from the 2 to make it 24-10 midway through the fourth quarter, sealing the win after tight losses to Miami and the Patriots.

But guard Kyle Long had to be helped off the field with a right leg injury in the closing minutes. Tight end Dion Sims rolled into him as the two were blocking for Howard on a run.

Coming off his worst game as a pro with three interceptions, Darnold was 14 of 29 for a career-low 153 yards in his eighth NFL start. On the plus side, he did not throw an interception after getting picked off three times last week.

Chicago grabbed a 7-0 lead in the first quarter when Cohen turned a screen from Trubisky against an all-out blitz into a 70-yard touchdown. It was the longest play from scrimmage by the Bears this season.

New York’s Jason Myers kicked a 42-yard field goal early in the second quarter to make it a four-point game.

It stayed that way until Miller caught a 4-yard pass in the back of the end zone from Trubisky midway through the third to make it 14-3. He kept his feet in bounds as he fell backward with New York’s Buster Skrine defending him.

A short punt by Lachlan Edwards then gave Chicago possession at midfield. Trubisky converted on fourth-and-1 at the 23, and Cody Parkey made it 17-3 with a 32-yard field goal to start the fourth.

The Jets then went 75 yards, with Darnold throwing a 16-yard TD to Chris Herndon. But Howard then scored from the 2 after breaking off a season-high 24-yard run to the 6 on Chicago’s next possession, making it 24-10.


There were no protests by either team during the national anthem.


Jets: TE Neal Sterling left with a head injury in the second quarter when he got hit by Chicago’s Kyle Fuller after making a catch. Coach Todd Bowles confirmed Sterling has a concussion.

Bears: TE Ben Braunecker left because of a concussion. … Mack missed his first game since Oakland drafted him with the fifth overall pick in 2014.


Jets: At Miami next Sunday.

Bears: At Buffalo next Sunday.

Here’s what you need to know:

Who: New York Jets at Chicago Bears

When: Sunday, October 28, 2018

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Kickoff: 1 p.m. Eastern


Announcers: Jim Nantz on play-by-play, Tony Romo as the analyst 

Livestream: NFL GamePass (subscription required), fuboTV 

Line: Bears -7 

NFL power rankings, Week 8

More to know about Jets: QB SAM DARNOLD (rookie) had TD pass & 1st-career rush TD last week. Has 2+ TD passes in 2 of his past 3. Leads all NFL rookies with 124 completions, 1,552 pass yards & 10 TD passes. * RB ISAIAH CROWELL has 539 scrimmage yards (89.8 per game) with 4 rush TDs in his past 6 vs. NFC. Ranks 3rd in AFC with 459 rush yards & ties for 3rd in conference with 5 rush TDs. RB BILAL POWELL has 3 rush TDs in his past 4 on road vs. NFC. Rookie RB TRENTON CANNON led team with career-high 69 rec. yards in Week 7. * WR JERMAINE KEARSE had 6 catches for 76 yards in his only career game vs. Chi. (9/27/15 with Sea.). WR ROBBY ANDERSON has 460 rec. yards & 5 TD catches in his past 6 vs. NFC. Rookie TE CHRISTOPHER HERNDON had TD catch last week. Aims for his 3rd in row with TD catch. * S JAMAL ADAMS has 34 tackles (8.5 per game), 4 PD, 3 TFL & INT in his past 4 on road. Has 4 TFL, 3 PD & INT in his past 2 vs. NFC. Leads team with 50 tackles, 2nd-most among AFC safeties. LB AVERY WILLIAMSON is 1 of 3 players (DEMARIO DAVIS & CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY) with 400+ tackles (418) & 10+ sacks (13.5) since entering league in 2014. CB DARRYL ROBERTS had career-high 11 tackles with 2 TFL & 2 PD last week. Aims for his 3rd in row with 2+ PD. Has 5 PD in his past 5 vs. NFC. LB BRANDON COPELAND had sack last week. Has 4 TFL in his past 3. DL LEONARD WILLIAMS has 6 TFL & 3 sacks in his past 6. — via NFL Communications 

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(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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