The Chicago Bears have headed into half time without any points on the board after the Miami Dolphins opened up a 14-0 lead in their NFL game this evening.
After the Bears failed to score on their opening drive, Miami opened the scoring when Ryan Tannehill threw the ball out wide for tight end Charles Clay.
Jay Cutler tried to get the home side back on level terms early in the second, but his pass for Martellus Bennett was intercepted to bring the Dolphins offense back into the field.
A long pass to Brian Hartline got Miami back into the red zone before Tannehill picked out Mike Wallace at the back of the endzone to extend the AFC East side's lead further.
Cutler came back on the field again late on, but the Dolphins defense held him up to ensure that they maintained their two-touchdown advantage at the break.