Zach Miller has epic touchdown taken away with bogus review after injury

WATCH: Bears' Zach Miller Suffers Gruesome Leg Injury During Apparent TD Catch, Refs Take TD Away

WATCH: Bears' Zach Miller Suffers Gruesome Leg Injury During Apparent TD Catch, Refs Take TD Away

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.

To make matters worse for the Bears, officials overturned the touchdown upon review, saying Miller didn't have control of the ball.

But the Saints' defense held on four downs, and Wil Lutz kicked a 49-yard field goal for a 20-12 lead with 1:35 left. He needed to be carted off the field, and replays on the video board of his leg bending the wrong way drew groans from the crowd.

"It doesn't really matter what I think", Fox said when asked if he thought it was a catch. "You know our restrictions (about criticizing officials)".

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His season may have been brought to an unexpected halt, however, and the referees in today's game may have added insult to injury by stripping away one of his touchdowns. We're going to have to clean up some of those mistakes. "So when he goes to the ground, he has to survive the ground". The ball hit the ground. Miller's injury, in terms of how gruesome it was in real time, was reminiscent of the Gordon Hayward's of the Boston Celtics in which he dislocated his ankle while also suffering a broken left tibia in the National Basketball Association season opener earlier this month.

Team-high 9 tackles, sharing a sack with Cam Jordan, and broke up fourth-down Mitchell Trubisky pass on Bears' penultimate drive. "He is loved in our locker room".

Benson is "heading to get checked out then home for rest, but all good" Bensel said.

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