New Orleans improves to 5-2 on the season, but it wasn't easy.
Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky heaved the ball and Miller grabbed it but landed awkwardly on his left leg on the way down.
Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller caught a deep touchdown pass against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Head coach John Fox announced after the game that Miller had a dislocated knee and is now at the hospital. This time, Marshon Lattimore ended the drive with an interception. Instead, the Bears eventually settled for a field goal to make it 14-6.
Ingram has seen rookie running back Alvin Kamara begin to cut into his touches and that could continue as the season moves on.
Drew Brees finished 23-of-28 passing for 299 yards.
Shortly after catching the ball Miller placed the ball next to him to favor his leg, however, the referee wrongfully counted this as a dropped pass and overturned the touchdown after Miller was carted off the field due to his injury. But on the next three plays, Saints defensive end David Onyemata tackled Jordan Howard for a loss, defensive end Cam Jordan hit Trubisky's arm for an incompletion and defensive end Trey Hendrickson picked up a third-down sack to push Chicago back to the 30.