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Tarik Cohen arrives, Chicago Bears still fall to Atlanta Falcons 23-17 in Week 1

The Chicago Bears fought and ultimately lost 23-17 at home to the defending NFC Champions Atlanta Falcons. The Bears had a chance to win the game in the waning seconds. It was Mike Glennon‘s first test in a Bears uniform. Up until today, he hadn’t started a regular season NFL game since November of 2014 back […] The post Tarik Cohen arrives, Chicago Bears still fall to Atlanta Falcons 23-17 in Week 1 appeared first on EndZoneScore.
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