Bears Vs. Eagles: LeSean McCoy's 33-Yard TD Gives Philly 24-17 Lead

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Trent Colt forced a Matt Forte fumble, giving the ball right back to the Eagles. This was Forte's second fumble, both of which led to Eagles touchdowns. On the first play of the Eagles ensuing drive, it looked like quarterback Michael Vick was going to be sacked right away on first down, but Vick did what Vick does. He rolled to his left, spun and doubled back to his right coming across the field and picking up 8-yards when Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers finally brought him down.

On the very next play, Eagles running back LeSean McCoy took it to the house. McCoy ran the ball off the right side, making a jump cut to avoid a bears defender, then just hit the jets and scampered 33 yards for the touchdown, putting the Eagles up over the Bears, 24-17.

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

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