The New Orleans Saints entered halftime Sunday, Oct. 29 with a 14-3 lead over the Chicago Bears at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
The Saints scored on an 8-yard run by Alvin Kamara and a 1-yard run by Mark Ingram II. Kamara's score was set up by a 54-yard reception by Brandon Colemanand an offsides penalty on the Bears that allowed the Saints to keep driving instead of attempting a field goal
Ingram's score capped an 80-yard drive and was set up by a 19-yard reception by Josh Hill to the 1-yard line.
The Bears scored on a 32-yard field goal by Connor Barth. He missed a 48-yard attempt late in the second quarter. Chicago will get the ball to start the second half.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees was 10 of 11 for 128 yards but the Bears were able to sack him twice.
The Saints (4-2) are trying to win their fifth consecutive while the Bears (3-4) are trying for their third consecutive win.
New Orleans Saints key stat leaders
Drew Brees, 10 of 11 for 128 yards
Mark Ingram, seven carries for 43 yards and five catches for 30 yards
Brandon Coleman, one catch for 54 yards
Chicago Bears key stat leaders
Mitch Trubisky, 7 of 12 for 112 yards
Jordan Howard, 15 carries for 50 yards
Tre McBride, two catches for 70 yards