Photos: Eagles Slip, Fall in Chicago

The Eagles offense was outgunned by the Bears in Week 12 last season.

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CHICAGO - NOVEMBER 28: Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles fumbles the ball as he is sacked by Julius Peppers #90 of the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on November 28, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Michael Vick;Julius Peppers
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Would Michael Vick continue his MVP-caliber play and dance his way to a win in the Windy City? See what happened Week 12 last season as the Eagles visited the Bears.
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Vick and the Eagles would let this one slip away as they fell 31-26 in Chicago.
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The Bears defense including Lance Briggs and Julius Peppers pestered Vick all day earning four sacks along the way.
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Bears special team superman Devin Hester put on a show on offense as well as he caught three balls for 86 yards.
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Jeremy Maclin caught his team-leading eighth TD -- much to the delight of Shday McCoy.
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Bears Earl Bennett -- yeah we never heard of him either -- entered the Eagles game with only three career TDs. He left the game with five after scoring twice against the Birds.
Bears QB Jay Cutler appeared to tell Eagles LB Moises Fokou to keep his hands to himself. Cutler cut apart the Eagles Asante Samuel-less secondary for 247 yards and four scores on 14-for-21 passing.
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Michael Vick looked human again Sunday as he threw his first interception of the season. He still managed to pass for 333 yards and two TDs on 29-for-44 passing.
There was an actual Brent Celek sighting at least. The Eagles tight end went catchless in two of the Birds last three games but he caught a late TD to cap the scoring Sunday.
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Matt Forte had the Eagles number as he rushed for 117 yards on just 14 attempts.
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On the other side, Shady managed only 53 yards on 10 attempts.
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Lovie Smith's Bears are 8-3 and now have sole possssion of first-place in the NFC North...
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While Andy Reid's 7-4 Eagles dropped back into a tie above the NFC East.
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