Eagles Vs. Bears: Matt Forte's Fumble Leads To Brian Rolle TD

It looked like the Philadelphia Eagles were going to go into half time trailing the Chicago Bears 10-3, but as the Bears were pressing to get down the field and increase their lead before the half, they turned the ball over and the Eagles defense capitalized. Rookie linebacker Brian Rolle hit running back Matt Forte just as he turned to run after catching a Jay Cutler pass and the ball popped right out.

Rolle picked it up, sprinting to the endzone, making a nifty little move to avoid a tackle. The Eagles tied the game 10-10, with just over a minute left before half time. Despite playing poorly much of the game on offense, the Eagles are right in the football game.

For more on the game, visit Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation and Bears blog Windy City Gridiron.

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