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Chicago Bears Rebound to Beat Dolphins in Preseason Opener

The Chicago Bears overcame an early deficit to beat the Miami Dolphins 27-10 in their preseason opener at Soldier Field on Thursday. After trailing 3-10 at halftime, the Bears managed to convert two interceptions and a fumble recovery into a pair of field goals and a touchdown (combined with a two-point conversion) that gave Chicago a seven-point lead by the end of the third quarter. Another field goal courtesy of kicker Robbie Gould gave the Bears a 10-point lead early in the fourth quarter. Finally, running back Senorise Perry capped off the Bears’ scoring streak with a 54-yard touchdown run with less than four minutes remaining. Although the Bears came out on top in the end, head coach John Fox noted that there were both positive and negative lessons to be learned from the game. “It was very sloppy,” said Fox in a postgame press conference. “Particularly early on. What I liked is that the guys hung in there, they didn’t blink, and they kept fighting.” Fortunately, the Bears have almost a month to iron out any issues in their defense before their first regular season game against the Green Bay Packers on September 13. Are you ready to watch the Bears play in person at Soldier Field this season? Secure your Chicago Bears season ticket rights and Bears parking pass today with a discount Chicago Bears PSL from PSL Source!

Besides being able to see the Bears defeat their first opponent of the preseason, fans who attended the game at Soldier Field also got to enjoy some of the recent improvements that have been made to the stadium during the offseason. Earlier this year, Soldier Field was outfitted with two new high-definition video boards that are 2.7 times larger than the old ones. Are you ready to enjoy an even better game day experience at Soldier Field this season? Find your perfect seat at the next Chicago Bears game at Soldier Field with a quality Bears PSL!