CHICAGO—It was a disappointing weekend for San Francisco 49ers fans, as their arrival to battle the Chicago Bears didn’t go as planned. The 49ers lost 28-20 to the Bears who were trailing the SF 49ers for most of the game, but an offensive burst in the fourth quarter changed the entire game.

The 49ers got off to a strong start in the first quarter with a touchdown and added onto that a field goal that gave them a 10-0 lead over their opponents. The Bears would get some movement going with a touchdown in the second quarter, but the 49ers responded with a touchdown of their own. At half-time, San Francisco led 17-7.

The third quarter was a dead heat between both teams as defense was at its peak. The Bears kept the 49ers to a field goal making the score 20-7.  The fourth quarter was all Bears as the team scored three touchdowns giving them a 28-20 lead.

SF Quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn’t have the best game throwing three interceptions during the game. The Bears didn’t have a single turnover in the game, compared to the 49ers that had a total of four turnovers.

Kaepernick threw 21 completed passes out of 34 attempts with 248 yards. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler completed 23/34 attempts and 176 yards. Next week, the 49ers will face off against the Cardinals in Arizona.