WATCH: David Montgomery scores Bears' first rushing touchdown of season


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David Montgomery honored injured Bears running back Tarik Cohen after scoring the touchdown.
David Montgomery honored injured Bears running back Tarik Cohen after scoring the touchdown.

CHICAGO — Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery capped off a 75-yard drive by scoring the Bears' first rushing touchdown of the season on Thursday. Punching it in from three yards out, Montgomery put the Bears on the board, making the score 13-7 at Soldier Field.

Montgomery's score came with 1:48 left in the first half of Thursday's game. The 75-yard drive featured a 12-yard gain by Montgomery on a checkdown pass by quarterback Nick Foles that moved the chains on third down. Setting up Montgomery's touchdown was a 25-yard gain by wideout Cordarrelle Patterson.

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