Bears vs. Eagles: Live Blog

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2019-11-03 13:45:07

The Chicago Bears are largely healthy as they take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, and they’re trying to snap a three-game losing streak. 

12:44 p.m. 

The Bears’ defense stands tall again in the red zone as Prince Amukamara stuffs Miles Sanders, forcing the Philadelphia offense off the field and giving Elliott the chance to boot through another field goal, which he does. 

It’s now 6-0 early in the second quarter. 

12:33 p.m. 

The Bears end the first quarter with zero first downs and negative-1 yard of offense. Meanwhile, the Eagles have nine first downs and 122 total yards of offense. 

Somehow, the score is still only 3-0. 

12:16 p.m. 

The Bears go three-and-out on their first drive, and the Eagles turn around and march down the field on a 70-yard drive of their own. 

Fortunately for the Bears, Nick Williams and Eddie Goldman teamed up to sack Carson Wentz on third down, and Philadelphia has to settle for a Jake Elliott field goal and a 3-0 lead. 

11:30 a.m. 

According to the Bears’ inactive report, only Isaiah Irving is missing from the lineup due to injury, as the linebacker has been dealing with a quad issue this week.

Defensive backs Deon Bush and Duke Shelley are also out of the mix this week for the Bears, who are sitting at 3-4 and trying to stay alive in the NFC playoff hunt.

Wide receiver Riley Ridley, a 2019 draft pick of the Bears, continues to stay on the inactive list, as does offensive lineman Alex Bars. Defensive tackle Abdullah Anderson and linebacker Josh Woods round out the seven inactive players.

For the Eagles, tackle Jason Peters won’t be on the field Sunday, and the team will also be without cornerback Sidney Jones, according to the club’s inactive list.

Quarterback Nate Sudfeld, defensive ends Shareef Miller and Daeshon Hall, linebacker Nigel Bradham, and guard Nate Herbig are also inactive.

Kickoff is set for noon between the two teams.



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