Bears' rally to be re-aired

For the third straight week, the Bears will have their game re-aired on NFL Network.

If you missed the 97-yard drive that brought the Bears a 19-16 victory at Philadelphia, it will be replayed Tuesday at 7 p.m. on NFL Network.

“You know that they say, man, never leave a Bears game early,” cornerback Charles Tillman said. “I swear. Isnt that the saying? You know why. This would be reinforcement of that. This was just like the Arizona game.”

The record-setting eight field goal performance by Tennessee kicker Rob Bironas in the Titans’ 38-36 victory at Houston will be shown at 9:30 p.m.

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