Chicago Bears Get Screwed On Pass Interference No-Call In Final 2 Minutes Of Game

The Chicago Bears got flagged for illegally wiping the field down with a towel earlier this season, and another unfavorable call, or lack their of, just may have cost them a Week 9 win.

With the Bears needing to get into field goal range with a minute and a half to go against the Dolphins at Soldier Field, Justin Fields chucked up a deep ball for Chase Claypool that was broken up after a Dolphins defender grabbed Claypool by the waist and yanked him backwards away from the ball.

Somehow, no penalty for pass interference was called on the play.