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The Chicago Bears did something very few teams have accomplished since 2000 — defeating the Broncos in Denver in the first two weeks of September during a wild 16-14 victory. As my colleague R.J. White pointed out earlier this week, going back to 1975, the Broncos are 48-6 straight up at home in Weeks 1 and 2 (including 22-1 since 2000). We can make that 22-2 now since 2000.

The game took a while to get going — with only nine points combined at halftime — but what followed in the final quarter was a wild sequence of events. The Bears hung onto a 13-6 lead over the Broncos when Joe Flacco took over at his own 38 yard line and 2:48 remaining on the game clock. Flacco converted multiple 4th and long situations of 10 yards each time before completing the drive with a touchdown pass to Emmanuel Sanders.

Sanders did an incredible job to drag his toes and hang on to the football.

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Shortly after the score, first-year head coach Vic Fangio set up for the go-ahead 2-point conversion but Denver was called for a delay of game. After then missing the extra point, the Bears were ruled offsides and Denver had a chance to run their original 2-point conversion play. The Broncos converted to take a 14-13 lead.

Just when you thought that might be the end of the scoring in what was a low-scoring affair until the final quarter, the Bears had a little magic left. Mitchell Trubisky got the ball back with 0:31 seconds left and one timeout from his own 25-yard line. Faced with a 4th and 15 from his own 40-yard line, Trubisky found his No. 1 target — Allen Robinson — for a 25-yard gain. The game clock expired but it was later ruled that Trubisky called the timeout with 0:01 seconds remaining.

All the pressure was shifted to Chicago’s kicking situation — again. Bears fans likely had a flashback to the 2018 playoffs, but this time, first-year Chicago kicker Eddy Pineiro connected on a 52-yard field goal for the win.

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If you want to relive the action, check out the live blog below. Otherwise, we can’t wait to do this again with you next Sunday.

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Ten days after a disappointing defeat to open the season, the Bears rebounded with a thrilling 16-14 victory over the Broncos on Sunday afternoon. It was another defensive battle, but this time, Eddy Pineiro delivered a 53-yard field goal as time expired to finish off the win.

David Montgomery got more involved in the offense in his second game, including his first TD of his career. The rookie ran the ball 18 times for 62 yards and caught one pass for six yards.

Mitch Trubisky did not take a step forward, however. The young QB completed 16-of-27 pass attempts for just 120 yards with no touchdowns. The lack of turnovers helped keep the team ahead, but the Bears’ passing game felt punchless until the last-minute heroics to win the game.

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Pineiro’s big kicks will be the biggest story from the game. Beyond the game-winner, Pineiro also hit two other kicks, including a 52-yarder, to continue his strong start.

Relive the Bears’ Week 2 win over the Broncos below.

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The Charlotte Hornets tendered a minimum contract to second-round pick Jalen McDaniels on Tuesday, which protects the Hornets’ draft rights should McDaniels sign elsewhere.

That tender offer is only for a rookie minimum salary (about $900,000) and is not guaranteed, so it’s unlikely McDaniels would sign such a contract. It’s possible McDaniels, a 6-10 forward out of San Diego State, could still end up in Hornets training camp either on a two-way contract or some other minimum deal.

The Hornets open training camp Oct. 1 and have 18 players signed, 13 of them to guarantees. The Hornets can have up to 15 players on the regular-season roster, plus up to two two-way contracts, designed for developmental players who would play primarily in the G-League next season.

A source confirmed an ESPN report that the Hornets are interested in Virginia Tech shooting guard Ahmed Hill. However, the source said Hill has not yet been signed. The Hornets can bring up to 20 players to training camp and are expected to use all 20 spots for this camp.

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While the Hornets can have a pair of players under two-way contracts, that can be a fluid situation; financial obligations for two-ways are small, so the Hornets would have the flexibility to shift those contracts based on performance. Shortly after the draft, the Hornets signed Washington State forward Robert Franks with the intention of him filling a two-way contract.

Hill played four college seasons at Virginia Tech. He was a strong 3-point shooter for the Hokies (39 percent for his career) and averaged 13.1 points his senior season. Hill played for the Brooklyn Nets’ summer-league team, averaging 6.8 points and shooting 41 percent from the NBA 3-point line.

McDaniels was drafted 52nd overall, the second of the Hornets’ two second-round picks, after they selected Nevada guard-forward Cody Martin 36th overall. General manager Mitch Kupchak said prior to the draft that he anticipated both second-rounders being on the roster for the 2019-20 season.

The Hornets knew when they drafted McDaniels that he was being sued by two women from the Seattle area, who accused him of taking videos of each of them during sexual activity without their consent. Kupchak said on draft night he was aware of the lawsuit, declining further comment.

In 2018, the Hornets drafted Lithuanian forward Arnoldas Kulboka 55th overall with the intention of Kulboka staying in Europe and developing while the Hornets retained his rights.

McDaniels played sparingly for the Hornets’ summer-league team, averaging just 13 minutes in five games in Las Vegas. He averaged 3.6 points, 1.4 rebounds and 39 percent shooting from the field.