Bears Vs. Eagles Score Update: LeSean McCoy Cannot Be Stopped

The Eagles opened the second half with a convincing touchdown drive to tie the score at 17-17 against the Bears on Monday Night Football. Ronnie Brown punched the ball into the end zone from four yards out to cap an 80-yard drive that ate up almost seven minutes.

It was another running back, LeSean McCoy, who did the heavy lifting on the drive on the ground and catching passes out of the backfield. McCoy has 75 all-purpose yards so far (which somehow doesn't seem like nearly enough given his impact on the game).

Most impressively, McCoy did this to Brian Urlacher: Mccoy_medium

Oh good lord. That shouldn't be physically possible.

The Eagles have needed McCoy to spark the offense so far tonight. Michael Vick has completed just 50 percent of his first 24 passes for less than 150 yards and one pick (no touchdowns).

For more on this game, check out Bears blog Windy City Gridiron and Eagles blog Gang Green Nation.

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