The Chicago Bears ran the two-minute drill to perfection and surged from behind yesterday at Lincoln Financial Field to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 19-16. The turnaround came when quarterback Brian Griese took the offense 97 yards in 103 seconds, cinching the game with a touchdown throw to Muhsin Muhammad with 9 seconds remaining, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The Eagles blamed their loss on the weak offensive play inside the opponent's 20-yard line that has dogged them all season. "It was a prime example of when you don't take care of business in the red zone, it comes back and gets you," Eagles coach Andy Reid said. The Eagles fell to 2-4, last place in the NFC East. Chicago raised its record to 3-4.