(WNFL) - Chicago still leads the N-F-C North by a half-game over Green Bay, going into their division showdown next Sunday in the Windy City. The Bears fell to 8-and-7 after their 54-to-11 loss at Philadelphia last night. Jay Cutler threw for 222 yards with a touchdown and interception before he was relieved by Josh McCown. The Bears went down 21-nothing in the first quarter, thanks to Philly quarterback Nick Foles' only two scoring passes of the night. LeSean McCoy ran for 135 yards and Bryce Brown had 115 rushing yards for the Eagles, who will have their own winner-take-all showdown next Sunday Night against Dallas for the N-F-C East crown.Detroit will finish third in the North, after their home overtime loss to the Giants, 23-20. Josh Brown's 45-yard field goal midway through the extra period knocked the Lions out of playoff contention. Matthew Stafford threw two interceptions, as the Lions dropped their fifth game in their last six.Last-place Minnesota dropped to 4-10-and-1 after getting crushed at Cincinnati 42-to-14. Adrian Peterson returned after a missing a game with a knee injury. He was held to 45 yards on 11 carries. Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes for the Bengals, who won the A-F-C North.
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