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Sunday, January 3, 2016 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Lions 24, Bears 20In a terrific sequel to the first Lions-Bears matchup of the 2015 season, the Detroit Lions once again edged the Chicago Bears. Longtime Lions star Calvin Johnson had a banner day, catching for over 135 yards receieving and pulled in a major touchdown to put away the Bears. Chicago rallied in the 2nd half, scoring 20 2nd half points, but they were not enough to overcome 3 Cutler interceptions, that gave the Lions what they needed to pull in the victory. The win was the 6th in a row for the Lions over the Bears, and dropped Chicago out of the playoff hunt.
Sunday, October 18, 2015 at Ford Field (Detroit, MI) Lions 37, Bears 34 OTThe majority of the Bears vs Lions matchups over the last 5 years have been between two teams battling for playoff positioning, but the first meeting between the two division rivals in 2015, saw both teams desperate for a victory. Chicago entered the game with only 2 wins on the season, looking to move back to .500 and keep pace with Packers and Vikings in the NFC North. The Detroit Lions found themselves winless in their first 5 games, and in dire need of a win, and some confidence. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford came out firing on all cylinders, finishing with over 400 yards passing and 4 TDS. The effort was enough to overcome a strong 4th quarter comeback from the Bears and put the Lions in position to win in overtime.
Sunday, December 21, 2014 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Lions 20, Bears 14 The Chicago Bears gave the boot to Jay Cutler and started Jimmy Clausen, who despite losing to the Lions 20-14, finished the day with 180 yards and two touchdowns. After capping of a 14-pay, 80-yard drive with a 20 yard touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery in the third quarter the Lions would completely shut down the Bears offense for the rest of the game. In doing so the Lions would also tag on a touchdown and a field goal to their score to rally past the Bears 20-14 in the fourth quarter.
Thursday, November 27, 2014 at Ford Field (Detroit, MI) Lions 34, Bears 17 Despite taking a 14-3 lead in the fourth quarter, the Bears self-destruction led to a 21 point second quarter led by Stafford to give the Lions a 24-14 lead at half time. The Bears would continue to fall short for the remainder of the game while Detroit continued to find ways to score. Stafford finished the day with nearly 400 yards and 2 touchdowns both of which capped off Calvin Johnson's 146 yard performance. The win kept the Lions in playoff contention and just a game back from the Packers in the NFC North.
Sunday, November 10, 2013 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Lions 21, Bears 19 It was a close one in Chicago, but McCown and the Bears were unable to pull out the win due to a 219 yard, 3 TD passing performance from Matt Stafford. Detroit was able to hold Forte to just 33 yards while racking up 105 from Reggie Bush but lost the battle on the outside as Brandon Marshall snags 139 yards and 2 TD's to Megatron's 83 yards and two touchdowns. Despite the last minute touchdown from McCown to Marshall, the Bears couldn't punch in the two point conversion falling to the Lions 21-13.
Sunday, September 29, 2013 at Ford Field (Detroit, MI) Lions 40, Bears 32 The Lions went out to a huge 30-13 lead at half time, and while Jay Cutler was able to score two touchdowns late, the game was never in question in the second half. Reggie Bush stole the show, rushing for 139 yards on only 18 carries, scoring a touchdown and adding four receptions. His second quarter TD put them up 30-10 and gave Detroit a 4-2 record on the season. The loss dropped the Bears to the same 4-2.
Sunday, December 30, 2012 at Ford Field (Detroit, MI) Bears 26, Lions 24 The Bears went out to a 20-3 lead and had their defense make a stand when it mattered the most to stifle a Lions comeback in the fourth quarter. Jay Cutler was 18-for-31, with his only TD pass being a 60-yard bomb to Earl Bennett in the second quarter. While the win put the Bears at 10-6 for the season, they still missed out on the playoffs, leading to the firing of head coach Lovie Smith. The Lions ended the season at 4-12.
Monday, October 22, 2012 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Bears 13, Lions 7 Jay Cutler found Brandon Marshall for a 7-yard TD pass on Chicago’s first drive of the game, giving us the only touchdown we’d see all night from the Bears. It would be enough for the win, as two Robbie Gould field goals gave the defense a 13-point lead, and Detroit was only able to score a late TD with 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter. The win took the Bears to 5-1, while it dropped Detroit to 2-4.