The Neverending Game: Bears, Ravens headed to overtime in Chicago

AP

Justin Tucker’s 21-yard field goal with three seconds left in the fourth quarter has sent Sunday’s Ravens-Bears game to overtime tied at 20 apiece.

The Ravens engineered a 15-play, 81-yard drive to set up the field goal, with Dallas Clark’s one-handed fourth-down catch a key play.

The Ravens advanced as close as the Chicago two-yard-line but could not punch it in.

The Ravens and Bears began play at around 1 p.m. Eastern. The game was delayed for around two hours because of inclement weather. Now, the teams will need a fifth quarter to decide this one in the wind and mud — and under the lights — in Chicago.

The Ravens will have the ball first in overtime.