The Bears not only didn't score a touchdown, they turned the ball over the Packers instead of having the ball for 1st-and-goal.
A bizarre challenge ruling in the Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers game came back to hurt the Bears more than it helped.
In the second quarter, Bears running back Benny Cunningham had a 23-yard scramble and was tackled at the 1-yard line. Bears coach John Fox challenged the play, arguing that Cunningham scored a touchdown.
The referees reviewed the play, and found that Cunningham actually fumbled the ball out of the end zone, resulting in a touchback. Not only did the Bears not score, the ruling actually turned the ball over to the Packers instead if giving it to the Bears on 1st-and-goal.
Here's the play:
Bears coach John Fox could only close his eyes as the referees explained the ruling.