Scoring Summary: Eagles 19-Bears 9

Chicago - The Bears defense held the Eagles to four field goals and just one touchdown, but it was more than enough, as the Chicago offense never got into a rhythm.

FIRST QUARTER: PK David Akers 51-yard field goal at 5:00. A personal foul on Adewale Ogunleye for pulling Brian Westbrook's facemask turned a 3rd and 13 into first down at midfield for the Eagles. Donovan McNabb completed a dump off pass to Westbrook for five yards. Three consecutive touches by Dorsey Levens for 12 yards proved to be enough for Akers. Drive: 8 plays, 31 yards in 3:35. Eagles 3, Bears 0.

SECOND QUARTER: Akers 42-yard field at 10:59. Westbrook followed a 12-yard catch with a 14 yard run moving the ball near midfield. McNabb completed five consecutive passes for 40 yards to move the Eagles inside the red zone. An offensive pass interference penalty on Chad Lewis negated a completion to Freddie Mitchell that would have given Philadelphia a first and goal situation. The Eagles had to settle for another Akers field goal. Drive: 11 plays, 57 yards in 5:56. Eagles 6, Bears 0.

SECOND QUARTER: WR Terrell Owens 11-yard touchdown reception from QB Donovan McNabb. The Bears were in position to have their best field position of the day, but Nathan Vasher bumped R.W. McQuarters as he tried to signal for a fair catch on a punt. The ball hit McQuarters and Dhani Jones of the Eagles recovered the ball at the Chicago 47. An 11-yard gain by Greg Lewis on a double reverse gave Philly a first down. Adewale Ogunleye was flagged for his second unnecessary roughness call, this time for hitting McNabb late. The questionable call put Philly at the 11-yard. On the following play, McNabb and Owens teamed up for a touchdown for the sixth time on the season. PAT by Akers was good. Drive: 4 plays, 47 yards in 1:56. Eagles 13, Bears 0.

SECOND QUARTER: Akers 42-yard field goal at 1:57. Following the Bears third three and out of the half, McNabb hit Owens for a 44-yard completion. Owens beat McQuarters on the plays, but Cameron Worrell was slow to help on the deep ball. McNabb completed a 12-yard pass to Mitchell for another first down. The Bears defense held Philly to their third field goal of the day. Drive: 6 plays, 64 yards in 3:03. Eagles 16, Bears 0.

SECOND QUARTER: PK Paul Edinger 25-yard field goal at 0:09. The Bears turned to the no huddle and for the first time in the half moved the ball. Quinn completed five consecutive passes for 31 yards with a Thomas Jones 11-yard run mixed in. On third down and 7, Bobby Wade came up with a13-yard reception to give Chicago first and goal from the 7. Three consecutive misfires from Quinn left the Bears to settle for three points. Drive: 12 plays, 60 yards in 1:51. Eagles 16, Bears 3.

THIRD QUARTER: Akers 40-yard field goal at 4:41. Westbrook accounted for 44 yards on the drive. His 29-yard run put the Eagles in a position to make it a three score lead. However, for the fourth time the Bears defense forced Philly to settle for an Akers field goal. Drive: 10 plays, 50 yards in 3:40. Eagles 19, Bears 3.

FOURTH QUARTER: FB Bryan Johnson two-yard touchdown reception from Jonathan Quinn. The Eagles held the Bears passing game in check for most of the day, but when the Bears went to the no huddle Philly struggled. The defense left David Terrell uncovered at the line of scrimmage and Quinn quickly found the open target for a 32-yard gain. Quinn and Terrell connected for 9 yards on third and 10. While Thomas Jones was stuffed all day, he picked up four yards on fourth and one. Two plays later Quinn rolled right and just before going past the line of scrimmage threw a dart to Johnson for his second touchdown of the year. Two-point conversion on run by Jones failed. Drive 11 plays, 70 yards in 4:51. Eagles 19, Bears 9.

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