Yvenson Bernard and Deon Beasley scored touchdowns in overtime to lift the Winnipeg Blue Bombers past the British Columbia Lions 47-35 Monday at Canad Inns Stadium. Bernard scored on a two-yard run while Beasley returned a Casey Printers interception 72 yards for a touchdown in the second overtime possession. The Blue Bombers rallied from a 32-11 deficit scoring 21 unanswered points. Steven Jyles completed 11 of 19 passes from 211 yards and two touchdowns as he replaced starting quarterback Alex Brink with five minutes left in the third quarter. Brink completed just four of 18 passes for 61 yards in his first professional start. Winnipeg sent the game into overtime as Jyles found Greg Carr with a 39-yard touchdown pass with 57 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. The Blue Bombers defence forced the Lions to a two-and-out and Jovon Johnson returned Sean Whyte's punt 59 yards to the B.C. 40-yard line with 11 seconds left on the clock. Jyles ran the ball for five yards and Justin Palardy then kicked a 42-yard field goal to tie the game at 32-32. The win snapped Winnipeg's three game losing skid. The Blue Bombers are 4-10 and still alive in the playoff races in both divisions. The Lions hold down third place in the Canadian Football League's West Division with a 5-9 record. Winnipeg is also six points back of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Toronto Argonauts who are tied for second place in the East Division with four games remaining. The Bombers next game is Sunday afternoon in Montreal against the Alouettes who are in first place in the East with a 10-4 record.