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Moore keeps showing up in right spot

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D.J. Moore scored one touchdown on an interception and came oh-so-close to scoring another and perhaps winning the game for the Bears.

The second-year cornerback caught a Donovan McNabb pass that had been batted into the air by Israel Idonije and returned it 54 yards to give the Bears a lead with 6:03 left in the first quarter. Early in the third quarter, Moore intercepted another McNabb pass and raced into the end zone only to have it called back because of a delay of game penalty.

"I felt good even after that," Moore said. "The whole time I still figured we're going to get it in, and get it done. I thought all the way until the end we were going to win this one."

The second-year pro now leads the Bears with three interceptions this season.

"If you're in the right spot, good things will happen for you," he said.

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At least someone played good.

This guy has been so lucky this year, all 3 picks coming off of tip balls and being in the right place.

I was among those that figured it was a wasted draft pick last year. This kid is playing very well in coverage, and has a knack for the ball in the air.

Reminds me of Vasher a little with the opportunistic play from the nickel slot...

im a die-hard bears fan its not in me to give up on my guys but ill say if they want to play for lovie next year they better get their act together the defence is alright wit me they just need the offence to get their act together put points on the board i feel like they should be 6-1

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