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Bears Dreadful Again; Lose 31-7 in Baltimore
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Joe Flacco threw a career-high four touchdown passes, and the Baltimore Ravens capitalized on six Chicago turnovers in a 31-7 rout Sunday afternoon.

Baltimore (8-6) led 14-0 after 13 minutes and 31-7 after three quarters. The victory solidified the Ravens' hold on the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC and improved their record against teams currently with losing records to 6-0.

Jay Cutler threw three interceptions, upping his NFL-high total to 25, and backup Caleb Hanie was also picked off. In addition, the Bears (5-9) lost two fumbles.

Chicago's only score came on a 49-yard punt return by Earl Bennett.

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