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The Chicago Bears might not be having a lot of fun on offense, but the other side of the ball sure the heck can play.

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers found this out first-hand early in Sunday’s game against the Bears.

Rivers threw a horrible interception to Bears Pro Bowl corner Kyle Fuller, who ultimately returned it into the red zone en route to Chicago taking a 3-0 lead.

That pick was about as easy as it gets. Rivers threw late and to the outside. That’s a no-no in the NFL.

However, it’s what the Bears’ defenders did after the catch that’s the best highlight from this play.

Breaking out the “Cha Cha Slide” is about as epic as it gets. We’re also going to give Chicago’s defense a 10 for choreography.

Mr. C The Slide Man and children of the 1980s would be super proud.

Vincent Frank
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