Eagles vs. Bears: Score and Twitter Reaction for Monday Night Football

September 20, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles have made the playoffs once since the 2010 season, but the future looks bright with an undefeated rookie under center and a defense that has allowed 17 combined points in its first two games.
The Eagles went into Soldier Field on Monday and handled the Chicago Bears, 29-14.
In his first road game at the NFL level, quarterback Carson Wentz appeared comfortable in the pocket, finishing 21-of-34 for 190 yards and a touchdown with no turnovers. He became the fifth rookie signal-caller since the merger to win his first two starts, according to SportsCenter.
While Wentz effectively managed the game, the Philadelphia defense set the tone. It allowed only one touchdown (the other came on an Eddie Royal punt return), and no Bears running back tallied more than 28 yards on the ground. The Eagles also held signal-caller Jay Cutler to 157 passing yards and an interception.
According to Tom Fornelli of CBS Sports, the Bears are now 1-8...

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