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Bears' Deonte Thompson took a field goal try back 109 yards for a kick six

It looked like the Iron Bowl, but with less mania. The Bears and Cardinals played a snoozer of a first half, but it ended with a bang. The Cardinals’ Phil Dawson attempted a 63-yard field goal to close out the half. For reference, the longest kick in NFL history is 64 yards, which was set in 2013 by Matt Prater. So this kick was quite the long shot. Dawson understandably came up short, and Deonte Thompson handled the rest.
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Deonte Thompson returned a missed Arizona field goal 109 yards for a touchdown as the first half ended and the Chicago Bears went on to beat the Cardinals 24-23 in a preseason game.        

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