CHICAGO -- Punt-fest commenced Sunday at Soldier Field, with both teams being unable to put points on the board due to sluggish play on offense.
The Bears finished the first quarter 0-for-4 on third-down conversions while producing just 20 yards on offense. The Chiefs, meanwhile, generated 46 yards of offense, converting 1 of 4 on third downs.
The Chiefs held the advantage in time of possession (9:14-5:46), but were unable to do anything with the extra snaps.
The Bears ended the first quarter unable to gain a first down.]
The biggest news was the Bears losing Matt Forte for the rest of the game with a knee injury with around six minutes remaining in the quarter.