Eagles fans Venmo Bears kicker Cody Parkey after missed field goal

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The Chicago Bears played an wonderful game against the defending champions. Cody is a heck of a kicker and will be for a long time.

Obviously, the big story in this game is the missed 43-yard potential game-winning field goal by Cody Parkey. "Felt good. [but] actually, I thought I didn't get enough of it, I thought it was going to go in", Hester said after the 16-15 victory, via the Philly Daily News. Jake Elliott, the second-year Eagles' kicker who watched from the opposite sideline when Parkey's kick bounced off the uprights at Soldier Field, also offered his support early Monday morning.

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Parkey missed seven field goals and three extra points during the regular season, while his lone miss in the postseason was technically blocked.

While Eagles fans are in the giving mood, Bears fans are looking for payback.

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Unsurprisingly, social media was awash with reaction to the game's dramatic finish.

Unsurprisingly, the radio calls from Chicago and Philadelphia saw the outcome completely different.

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Rex Ryan says Parkey has to make that kick and he doesn't feel sorry for him. "I a hundred percent take that loss on me, and it is what it is, but the sun's going to shine tomorrow, life's going to go on, and unfortunately it's going to sting for a while". It is what it is. Finances could dictate that Chicago will keep him, but it should cut the string now and find someone who can help this team in a 2019 Super Bowl run.