In football, a Hail Mary results in one of three outcomes:
1) The ball harmlessly bounces off a sea of bodies in the end zone. (Almost always.)
2) The ball is caught for a touchdown. (Almost never.)
3) The ball doesn’t even get to the end zone. (Relatively often).
The Chicago Bears opted for the third option at the end of their 38-31 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday, but the manner in which they fell short was almost as remarkable as a touchdown. Mitchell Trubisky needed 55 yards...