PHILADELPHIA -- Knowing they have everything to play for next week, the Philadelphia Eagles never let up against a team with plenty on the line.
"We're from Philadelphia and we fight," Kelly said. "If there's a game on, we're playing."
Chicago's loss sets up two win-or-go-home games for NFC division crowns next week.
The Eagles (9-6) have to tie or beat the Cowboys (8-7) at Dallas next Sunday night to win the NFC East and complete a worst-to-first season under their rookie coach. Once Dallas rallied to beat Washington earlier in the day, the Eagles knew they were only playing for a No. 3 seed, that is, if they win the division.
Still, Kelly played all his guys.
"This is our job. They pay us to play ball," McCoy said. "The fans pay their hard-earned money to watch. As a player, we never think a game is meaningless."
Foles was 21 of 25 for 230 yards, and set a franchise record with a completion percentage of 84.0. In only nine starts, Foles has 25 TD passes and two interceptions. He was replaced by Michael Vick midway through the fourth quarter.
By that time, fans were chanting: "We want Dallas!"
"The playoffs start one week early," Kelly said. "That's how we approach it."
"It was fun to play," Foles said. "That's what I cherish. I don't care about records."
Chicago's only TD came when Cutler threw a 6-yard pass to Brandon Marshall on the final play of the third quarter.
"I thought we had a good game plan," Cutler said. "We had good practices this week. Obviously we didn't play like it."
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