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Sunday Night Football: Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears

29 September 2008 No Comment

The Chicago Bears held onto their 4th quarter lead to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles last night 24-20. With 5:40 left in the 4th quarter, the Eagles had 1st and goal at the 4 yard line. The Bears stopped the Eagles’ run on four consecutive plays. The Bears took over on downs and ran the clock down 28 seconds before having to punt.

One of the best things about Sunday Night Football, is that you have your entire Sunday to relax, run errands or tailgate. On a normal Sunday, NFL games in the central time zone start at noon (vs. 1 pm for ET, 2 pm for MT and 1:15 pm for PT).

Last night, I took the red line train to Roosevelt and walked to Soldier Field. I sat in the upper deck. Soldier Field Upper Deck Tip: Soldier Field has a standing room area on the North side of the 400 level. If you do not want to hike up the 30+ rows to your seat, consider watching part of the game from this location. Another plus, is that a beer vendor with no lines is in the same area.

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