The initial possession for the Eagles began from the 13-yard-line, and started with a 12-yard completion to
The offense’s second possession was marred by three penalties, including back-to-back penalties that forced the offense into a 1st-and-30 situation. Though head coach Chip Kelly said that the starters would play 10-15 snaps, the offense went out for a third series despite playing 11 plays on the first two drives. Hoping to end the night on a good note, Foles and the offense would make one more mistake.
After moving the ball into Bears territory thanks to some impressive running by
The first-team offense finished their night with 18 plays, zero points and plenty to work on.
Meanwhile, the first-team defense started quickly, forcing the Bears to go three-and-out, followed by a blocked field goal by
The subsequent defensive possession, however, included more penalties, resulting in a long, 69-yard touchdown drive, capped by a 10-yard touchdown pass from Jay Cutler to Zach Miller. The starting defense, on the night, played 18 snaps in getting their work in.
With the respective second teams on their way into the action, the Eagles trail 7-0.
Nick Foles – 6-of-9 for 44 yards, two interceptions and a 38.4 quarterback rating
Jay Cutler – 9-of-13 for 85 yards, one touchdown and a 112.7 quarterback rating
Darren Sproles – Three carries for 11 yards
Shaun Draughn – One carry for 2 yards.
Ifeanyi Momah – Two catches for 15 yards
Jeremy Maclin – One catch for 15 yards
Brandon Marshall – Five catches for 31 yards