Third-quarter wrap: Titans 14, Bears 10

August, 27, 2011
8/27/11
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Quarterback Jay Cutler lined up under center for one last unproductive series, before finally taking a seat on the sidelines with 7:50 remaining in a third quarter only to watch his backup, Caleb Hanie, give the Titans the lead with a turnover.

Tennessee's Tommie Campbell picked off a pass intended for Dane Sanzenbacher, returning it 90 yards for a touchdown with 1:08 left in the quarter to put the Titans up 14-10.

Chicago's starting offense played only one series in the third quarter, before Cutler, running back Matt Forte and receiver Roy Williams left the game. The starting offensive line -- minus center Roberto Garza, who was replaced by Chris Spencer -- continued to play deep into the quarter.

Hanie's interception came at the end of a 15-play drive.

By the end of the quarter, the Bears led 328 to 186 in total yardage, and had converted 67 percent of third downs for the game.

Michael C. Wright

ESPN Chicago Bears reporter

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