Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen capped a wild finish to regulation against the New York Giants in Week 13. After the Bears made a field goal with 1:15 remaining, then recovered an onside kick while down by a touchdown, they drove all the way down to the end zone with seconds left. On the final play of regulation, Bears coach Matt Nagy pulled out his back of tricks to force overtime.
Instead of simply going for the touchdown by either a run or having Chase Daniel pass, Nagy called a running back pass. In turn, setting up Cohen to throw this strike to Anthony Miller as time expired, courtesy of The Checkdown.
It was a gutsy play call by the Bears coach which showed a lot of faith in his team, especially the young running back in Cohen. After making the extra point, the Bears and Giants went to overtime where New York received the first chance to drive down for a win.
Source: Heavy Sports