In a day of upsets around the NFL, it was the Pittsburgh Steelers strange loss to the Chicago Bears that may have been the biggest upset of all. The Steelers have been a perennial double-digit win team under head coach Mike Tomlin, but the Steelers every now and again have a habit of dropping a game to a team that shouldn't even be able to challenge them.
It was a tale of two running plays in overtime that sealed this one. A Tarik Cohen 73-yard walk-off touchdown was brought back after it was shown Cohen had stepped out of bounds en route to the end zone. It mattered little though as Jordan Howard sent the Soldier Field crowd home happy with a 19-yard scamper to win the game a handful of plays later.