Top Plays of 2013

#1 Jennings's two-interception season opener

Cornerback Tim Jennings starts the season off with a bang against his former team, recording two interceptions in a game for the first time in his career in a 41-21 win over the Colts at Soldier Field. Jennings led the NFL with nine interceptions in 2012.

#2 Devin Hester's diving touchdown catch

Receiver Devin Hester makes a diving catch of a 34-yard touchdown pass from Jay Cutler in a 34-18 victory over the Cowboys in a Monday Night Football game in Dallas.

#3 Tillman-Briggs back-to-back pick-six games

Charles Tillman and Lance Briggs become the first teammates in NFL history to return interceptions for touchdowns in back-to-back games.

#4 Redzone defense tames Lions

After holding the Lions to 37 yards and one first down on their first six possessions, the Bears generate three red-zone takeaways in a 13-7 win on Monday Night Football at Soldier Field.

#5 Carolina comeback

The Bears erase a 12-point deficit with two touchdowns in a :08 span midway through the fourth quarter, fall behind again and then beat the Panthers 23-22 on Robbie Gould's 41-yard field goal as time expires.

#6 Wootton blocked punt return for TD

Sherrick McManis blocks a punt and fellow Northwestern product Corey Wootton returns it five yards for his first NFL touchdown in a 51-20 drubbing of the Titans in Tennessee.

#7 Urlacher interception and TD

Brian Urlacher returns an interception 46 yards for the fifth touchdown of his illustrious career and also forces one fumble and recovers another in a 51-20 victory over the Titans in Tennessee.

#8 Tillman's four forced fumbles

Pro Bowl cornerback Charles Tillman enhances his reputation as the NFL's best ball-stripper by forcing a career-high four fumbles in a 51-20 rout of the Titans in Tennessee.

#9 Spaeth's diving TD catch

Tight end Matt Spaeth makes a spectacular diving catch of a 13-yard touchdown pass from Jay Cutler in a 28-10 win over the Vikings at Soldier Field.

#10 Marshall breaks Bears receiving record

Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall rewrites the Bears record book in his first season in Chicago, compiling a career-high 118 receptions and 1,508 yards.