This official scoring summary from Monday Night Football's penalty-riddled contest between the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings with 12:24 remaining in the fourth quarter does nothing to raise eyebrows.
That is until you see the incredible two-point conversion run by the Bears that gave rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky his first career two-pointer.
What says you? Is this the greatest two-point conversion call in the history of the NFL?
— TheInsideZone.com (@TheInsideZone) October 10, 2017
The rookie out of North Carolina handed the ball to stud running back Jordan Howard, who then gave it to tight end Zach Miller. It appeared Miller had the option to keep the ball or pitch it back to Trubisky. Miller did the latter to complete easily one of the most creative two-point conversions in league history.
The gutsy call was definitely something we're more accustomed to seeing at the high school and college levels, but not so much the pros.
I am truly shocked that I saw a football play I’d never seen before and it was in an NFL game and not some Wednesday night Sun Belt game.
— No. 1 Nats Fan (@TomFornelli) October 10, 2017
Despite the amazing play, the Bears lost to the Vikings on a late field goal, 20-17. Trubisky looks to nab his first NFL win on Sunday at the Baltimore Ravens.