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Despite getting popped with what was flagged as an illegal hit, Jets WR Jeremy Kerley held on for New York's first TD of the game, cutting Chicago's lead to 17-13. Follow Live

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Brandon Marshall is heading back to the Bears' locker room to get his right ankle checked out, and his return is officially listed as "probable."

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Jay Cutler is 2-8 when targeting Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, but 5-6 when targeting everyone else.

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Jay Cutler is 2-8 when targeting Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, but 5-6 when targeting everyone else.

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The Jets have lost 16 straight regular-season games when ending the first quarter with a double-digit deficit.

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Good news for the Jets: they dominated time of possession in the first quarter. Bad news: thanks to two turnovers, they're down 14-3 to the Bears after 1. Monday Night Football

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Since 2010, the Bears have 19 INT returns for TDs, 6 more than the next closest team.

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After this grab in the first quarter, Martellus Bennett is one of three players with a receiving TD in all three weeks this season, joining Jeremy Maclin and Julius Thomas.

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Hope this doesn't go to his head: Bears' rookie Ego Ferguson recorded his first career sack to stall the Jets' drive. New York settled for a field goal, cutting Chicago's lead to 14-3.

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Jets WR Jalen Saunders misjudges the catches on the punt return, and the Bears recovers the fumble, New York's second turnover of the first quarter.

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Martellus Bennett scored only five touchdowns all of last season. He's got three already this season after scoring the Bears' second TD of the game vs. the Jets, giving Chicago a 14-0 lead.

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Independent of its appeal of Ray Rice's indefinite suspension, the NFL Players Association is planning to conduct its own fact-finding review of the incident and investigation, sources say. Full story

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