Any game that goes down to the final seconds could have changed in a number of different ways, but the way the Bears-Eagles playoff game ended, Cody Parkey was the center of attention.

His upright-to-crossbar miss in the final seconds on Sunday is the story of the game. Parkey was already under fire from Bears fans throughout the season, starting with the Week 10 game against the Lions in which he hit the upright four times.

In a twist that is sure to make Bears fans wistful for better days, former Bears kicker Robbie Gould was at the game with his kids.

Gould apparently still has some loyalty to the Bears with his kids wearing Bears colors at Sunday's game.

The 49ers kicker spent the first 11 years of his career with the Bears, but hasn't dropped off since the Bears released him. This season the 36-year-old was 33-for-34 in field goals and 27-for-29 on extra points. Since leaving the Bears, Gould is 82-for-85 in field goals attempts.

By comparison, Parkey missed more than twice as many field goals (7) this season than Gould has in three years since leaving the Bears.

 

 

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