Nov 10, 2013 at 6pm UK at ​Soldier Field
Detroit Lions
21-19
Chicago Bears
FT
Durham (5:57)
7
Q1
7
Marshall (12:37)
0
Q2
0
Johnson (12:58)
7
Q3
3
Johnson (2:22)
7
Q4
9
Marshall (0:40)

Half-Time Report: Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears level in NFC North clash

Bears' Brandon Marshall celebrates catching a TD pass against Cincinnati on September 8, 2013
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The Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears go into half time locked at 7-7 after a scoreless second quarter at Soldier Field.

The Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears have gone into the halfway stage of their NFC North clash all square after a touchdown apiece in the first quarter.

The Bears took an early lead when Jay Cutler fired a 32-yard pass to Brandon Marshall on the edge of the end zone, allowing the receiver to fall in for the touchdown.

Detroit were soon back level, however, as Matthew Stafford found Kris Durham at the back of the end zone with a five yard pass.

Neither side could find a score of any kind in the second quarter as they went into the break level.

Both teams are currently joint top of the NFC North with 5-3 records, sharing the three-way division lead with the Green Bay Packers.

Mason Crosby #2 of the Green Bay Packers attempts a field goal out of the hold of Tim Masthay #8 at Soldier Field on December 16, 2012
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