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Week 7 Patriots vs Bears: Spectacular Jonathan Jones interception sets up another New England touchdown

New England’s defense has started to come up with big takeaways.

NFL: New England Patriots at Chicago Bears Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

The New England Patriots have started to create some separation between themselves and the Chicago Bears thanks to some great individual plays in all three phases of the game – two of which interceptions by the defense. First, rookie cornerback J.C. Jackson was able to wrestle away the football for his second pick this season:

On the very next defensive series, it was Jonathan Jones’ turn to come up with an interception – and it was a spectacular one-handed catch to turn the football over inside New England’s 5-yard line:

Despite starting deep inside their own territory, the Patriots were able to march all the way down the field thanks in part to a big 55-yard catch-and-run by wide receiver Josh Gordon. The big play set up New England at the Bears’ 1-yard line – and on 2nd and goal, the team turned Jones’ interception into six points:

The play counts as as touchdown pass from Tom Brady but essentially is a perfectly executed run from James White.