At one point Shaun Draughn was No. 2 on the Bears’ running back depth chart. He dropped to No. 3 behind rookie Ka’Deem Carey before Week 1. Then came Sunday.
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Operating without the top end of the receiver group against a defense as good as San Francisco’s was an incredibly difficult work order for the coaches.
Kyle Fuller showed a national TV audience — and a good San Francisco offense — why he was the No. 14 pick of the draft.
For the first time since 1985, the Bears knocked off the 49ers in San Francisco after overcoming a 17-point deficit to steal a 28-20 win.