Chicago Bears kicker Cody Parkey has taken a lot of heat for a missed field goal that eliminated the Chicago Bears from the playoffs and Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott doesn't think he should be taking all the heat.
All season long, the Chicago Bears have had a chance to win every game that they've played. The missed kick, which went off the left upright and hit the crossbar, left Bears coach Matt Nagy in disbelief.
"I thought I hit a great ball and was trying to play the wind", Parkey said. The miss eliminated the Bears from playoff contention and allowed the Eagles to advance to a divisional round battle with the New Orleans Saints.
The contrasting radio commentaries from Philadelphia and Chicago illustrated the magnitude of the moment, with both radio stations equally stunned at what they had just witnessed.
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It's entirely possible there's a random stranger named Cody Parkey who's waking up to hundreds of dollars thanks to drunk, delirious Eagles fans. I feel bad, let the team down, that's on me.
"The sun's gonna shine tomorrow, life's gonna go on, and unfortunately it's gonna sting for a while". "I take that loss on me".
Counting the commemorative Super Bowl issue of the magazine, Foles has made four Sports Illustrated covers.