Bears lead series: 26-7-1
Last Eagles win: 13-9, Philly, Oct. 22, 2000
Last Bears win: 20-14, at Chicago, Dec. 24, 1995
* On Dec. 31, 1988, the NFC East champion Eagles met the Bears at Soldier Field in a NFC Divisional Playoff game dubbed the "Fog Bowl."
The game, which began in sunny, 29-degree weather, was soon engulfed by a thick fog that rolled in off Lake Michigan late in second quarter.
Visibility was next to nothing and Chicago went on to win, 20-12, despite QB Randall Cunningham hurling a playoff team-record 54 pass attempts. Eagles linebackers coach Ron Rivera was a Bears linebacker in that game.
* On Oct. 17, 1999, after Philadelphia's offense helped the Eagles to a 20-6 halftime lead, the defense held on to beat the host Bears, 20-16. The win was the Eagles' first ever in Chicago.
* On Sept. 12, 1994, the Eagles and Bears met on Monday Night Football, as the host Birds downed the Bears, 30-22. The victory was the first by Philadelphia under new owner Jeffrey Lurie.
* The largest attendance ever to see the Eagles play was 93,780, when they took on the College All-Stars at Soldier Field on Aug. 12, 1949. The largest home attendance was 92,800, in a preseason game against the Bears at Philadelphia Municipal Stadium, Sept. 13, 1946.
* The first meeting between the two clubs on Nov. 12, 1933, ended in a 3-3 tie, the only tie between the two teams.
* The Eagles have won three of the last four meetings dating back to 1994, but are 1-5 all-time against the Bears at Soldier Field.
* The two teams have met twice in the playoffs, with the Eagles winning 27-17 in 1979 and the Bears winning 20-12 in 1988.
* In 26 Bears victories, Chicago has beaten Philadelphia by an average margin of 15.3 points.