Lions claw back to stun Bears on strip sack, late TD

CHICAGO — Under Matt Patricia, the Detroit Lions had a knack for blowing double-digit leads in the fourth quarter. But in Darrell Bevell’s first game as the team’s interim coach, they pulled off a rare double-digit rally in the final frame to stun the Chicago Bears on Sunday, 34-30. After struggling to slow down the Bears offense all afternoon, the Lions defense came up with a critical turnover late in the fourth quarter to turn the tables on their divisional foe. Down three in the closing minutes, defensive end Romeo Okwara dove to knock the ball away from Chicago quarterback Mitchell Trubisk…

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