The world is watching Fox News’ coverage of the Bears-Eagles game tonight, and we’re not quite ready to give up the title of “Bears-Eagle”.
If you’re looking for a little more drama, here’s what you need:1.
There are some things you need not know about the game:1) There’s no official game score, but Fox Sports has released some official game scores, and it includes a touchdown pass to Ryan Tannehill with 2:19 remaining.
The touchdown was the Bears’ first score since Week 8 against the Browns.2) It’s not over yet, as the Bears (8-6) continue their drive to the playoffs, which begins with Sunday’s showdown against the Rams (7-6).
The Bears have won five of their last six games, including a 38-24 victory over the Patriots on Sept. 9.
The Bears have played their entire schedule so far, including the Jets (4-7), Eagles (5-6), and Steelers (5.5-7).
This is the first game they’ve played all season, but they’re in a prime position to get a win, with their offense on the rise.3) The Bears defense will be tested with a high-powered offense, which is led by former Bears running back Matt Forte.
Forte rushed for more than 100 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-23 victory over Philadelphia on Monday Night Football, but the Bears were unable to break the Eagles’ offensive run game with their ground game.
The Bears finished with 5.5 yards per carry, including two touchdowns.4) With the NFL schedule changing, the Bears will be looking for consistency from their defense.
They had a great season in 2013, but have had some struggles with injuries and suspensions in recent seasons.
Bears defensive end Jared Allen was suspended indefinitely in December for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, and the team’s other five defensive starters will miss the season opener against the Titans (8 p.m.
The Bears will also be without safety Don Jones, who has missed the last three games with a groin injury.
He was the only member of the secondary missing from the game on Monday, but coach Marc Trestman said Jones is doing fine.5) The Eagles (7) will try to break a two-game losing streak when they host the Bears on Sunday.
Philadelphia is coming off a 41-24 win over the Cowboys on Sunday night.
The Eagles led 24-14 entering the game, but then scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take a 23-20 lead.
The game was tied at the end of regulation, but Philadelphia scored three touchdowns to make it a one-score game at halftime.
The Giants came back to tie the game at the 10 with 10:27 remaining, but Brandon Jacobs fumbled in the end zone to end the Giants’ rally.
The final score was 23-21.
The win kept the Eagles ahead of the Cowboys for the division lead, but if the Eagles can’t hold on to their lead, they’ll face the Giants in the playoffs.
The Eagles’ win also moved the Eagles to 7-1 on the season, which ties them with the Chiefs for the second-best record in the NFC.
The Chiefs, meanwhile, are tied with the Packers for the best record in their division.
The Packers have won four straight, including wins over the Broncos and Vikings.
The Panthers are coming off their first win over a top-10 team, a 20-17 victory over Arizona.
It’s the first win in the Panthers’ history over a team that’s finished in the top 10 three straight years.
The Panthers have won six of their past seven games, but their defense has struggled in recent weeks.
The team’s last loss came to the Broncos on Sept: 17, and that was their only win of the year.
They’re tied with Seattle for the sixth-best defensive record in football.6) The Steelers (6-8) have won three straight and are coming in with a good chance of making the playoffs for the first time since the 2000 season.
The Steelers’ win over Washington on Monday night, which clinched the NFC North title for Pittsburgh, helped them advance to the NFC Championship Game.
Pittsburgh has lost four straight and will be playing for its fourth straight NFC South title.7) The Falcons (5) lost linebacker John Abraham in the first quarter and were unable at the beginning of the second quarter to get anything going.
The Falcons had a chance to tie it up, but a missed field goal by Matt Ryan put Atlanta back in front for good.
Ryan scored three more touchdowns and the Falcons went on to win 24-24.
The Falcons have won 11 straight games and have scored at least 10 points in nine of those wins.
Atlanta is tied for the third-best offensive rating in the NFL, and its defense is tied with