Lanning converted a 40-yard field-goal attempt and gave the Browns their first lead over the Bears, 18-16, with 3:15 to play. Lanning’s kick capped off a six-play, 22-yard drive that lasted 2:32.
The drive was set up by a Bears turnover.
On second-and-six from Chicago’s 38-yard line, running back Harvey Unga rushed around left end for six yards, but was stripped of the football by Browns rookie defensive lineman
Hoyer tossed a 14-yard touchdown pass to tight end
The Browns drew within a point of the Bears, but elected to try a two-point conversion for the second time in the game. The pass from Hoyer to wide receiver
Chicago kicker Robbie Gould converted his third field goal of the game, a 44-yard attempt, and extended the Bears’ lead over the Browns to 16-9 with 10:22 remaining in the fourth quarter. Gould’s kick finished off a Bears drive that travelled 18 yards in five plays and took 2:47 off the fourth-quarter clock.
The Bears held a 13-9 lead over the Browns after three quarters of play.
Johnson’s interception-turned-touchdown cut the Bears’ lead to 13-9 with 7:53 remaining in the third quarter.
Prior to the Browns’ first touchdown, Gould converted a 21-yard field goal attempt and extended the Bears’ lead back to 10 points, 13-3, with 9:35 to play in the third quarter. Gould’s kick capped off a 10-play, 72-yard drive that took 5:25 off the third-quarter clock.
The Bears led the Browns, 10-3, at halftime of the preseason finale.
The Browns cut the deficit to a touchdown when Hoyer engineered a seven-play, 45-yard drive that resulted in Lanning’s 32-yard field goal as the first-half clock expired.
Chicago quarterback Jordan Palmer completed a five-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Joe Anderson and expanded the Bears’ lead over the Browns to 10-0 with 12:08 left in the first half. Palmer engineered a 16-play, 69-yard drive that took 9:29 off the clock.
The Bears enjoyed a 3-0 lead over the Browns after the first quarter of play.
Earlier in the game, Gould converted a 52-yard field goal attempt and gave the Bears that 3-0 lead over the Browns with 10:26 to play in the first quarter. The seven-play, 23-yard scoring drive that took 3:17 off the first-quarter clock was set up by a Browns turnover.
After hitting wide receiver