Alvin Kamara finds the end zone in Saints' Week 8 win

Alvin Kamara finds the end zone in Saints' Week 8 win

Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky heaved the ball and Miller grabbed it but landed awkwardly on his left leg on the way down.

The Bears went for two, but Trubisky's pass in the end zone was broken up by safety Marcus Williams, keeping it a five-point margin.

Drew Brees finished 23-of-28 passing for 299 yards.

Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller caught a deep touchdown pass against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

Ingram's score capped an 80-yard drive and was set up by a 19-yard reception by Josh Hill to the 1-yard line.

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Instead, upon review, the National Football League decided that it was an incomplete pass, and the Bears settled for a field goal to cut the deficit to 14-6.

Like the Packers game, it wasn't easy, but the Saints (5-2) did enough to secure the win and their hold of first place in the NFC South. But they lost 2 yards on three plays and had to settle for Connor Barth's 27-yard field goal, which made it 7-3.

During the FOX broadcast, former National Football League vice president of officiating, Dean Blandino, said the catch should have been ruled a completed catch and a touchdown.

What seemed to be a touchdown catch for Miller was overturned on the field and ruled an incomplete pass.

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