Which Play Was Most Costly?

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Which play was more costly?

  1. The Benjamin

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    The Matt Forte fumble which put the Bears in the immediate 14-0 hole
    Earl Bennett's illegal block which nullified a TD
    Chris Conte's Pass interference in the end zone on 3rd down
    Trestman's call to go for it on 4-1 on the goal line
    Craig Steltz Holding which nullified a Hester punt return for a TD
     
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    I think it is a pretty long list.
     
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    There might be more plays that stand out, but I would say those were the five biggest
     
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    I would like an all of the above option, but i'll go w/the Stetlz holding; but it's like a 1aa, 1ab situation.
     
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    that one pissed me off.
     
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    Steltz. Game Changer. Momentum destroyer.
     
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    That's my thought also. It's like a guy died of terminal cancer and we're wondering which of his toenails was too long.
     
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    I want to say Steltz, because I want Hester to have as many TD's as possible, but Trestman has had enough time to see that this offensive line does NOT get a push on run plays.
     
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    I voted Forte.

    While he more than made up for it, running like a beast the rest of the game, being down 14-0 before fans had a chance to take their seats put the team in an immediate hole forcing both the offense and defense to be near perfect
     
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    I voted Forte too. While he at least redeemed himself with his performance after that bad play, it was still the most costly of the game.
     
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