Then Miami's offense roared to life. Yet in the end, it was the Dolphins that came out victorious in a wild game.
As Drake sat quietly with his head down, the Bears drove into Miami territory and set up former Dolphin Cody Parkey for a potential game-winning, 53-yard field goal.
The Bears fall to 3-2 on the season as they welcome the defending AFC Champion Patriots to Soldier Field next week.
Despite the high-tallied finish, it wasn't until the second half that either offense managed to do much. Osweiler's touchdown pass to Nick O'Leary in the first quarter accounted for the only score of the half.
As expected, Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring) and wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) are both active after coming back from injuries. Over seven seasons in the National Football League he has completed 59.3 percent of his passes with 32 touchdowns and 27 interceptions. After Kyle Fuller's interception on the ensuing defensive series, Trubisky hit Allen Robinson on the first play to put the Bears ahead 14-7.
Click on the video above to watch Wilson's 75-yard touchdown reception. Instead, Osweiler, the $72 million bust, led the Dolphins 28 yards downfield before a 47-yard Jason Sanders boot finished things. Running back Tarik Cohen, who compiled 119 total yards on the day (29 rushing, 90 receiving), scored on a 21-yard run, topping Chicago's 21-point quarter. Wilson is quickly becoming one of the best yards after catch receivers in the National Football League as he has a 75-yard touchdown as he made a number of Bears tacklers miss.
Frank Gore rushed for 101 yards. But Drake fumbled the ball going across the goal line and it was recovered by Eddie Goldman.
The missed kick set up Dolphins rookie Jason Sanders for his game victor, a 47-yard kick, and helped Miami improve to 4-2 and avoid a three-game losing streak. The Dolphins converted a two-point try to even the game at 21. Drake then had a 15-yard reception to help set up Sanders' field goal.