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Mack finished the Eagles game with two quarterback hits, and the Eagles did little running the football, but the Bears’ pass-rushers were anonymous by their usual lofty standards. Mack spent most of the game matched up against Jason Peters on the left side — by my count, 25 of Mack’s 40 snaps against Eagles pass attempts came with him on the edge against Peters — but the legendary Eagles left tackle held his own. Perhaps curiously, the Bears chose to line up Mack on the interior only twice, with zero snaps pitting Mack directly against Eagles left guard Isaac Seumalo, the weakest point of the Philadelphia offensive line. Both snaps with Mack inside Floyd produced Foles incompletions.
Nick Foles completed 25 of 40 passes for 266 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions against the Bears. Photo by Tannen Maury, EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock
Pressure did produce a truly awful interception from a scrambling Foles, one of two picks from the 29-year-old on the day. The other throw was perhaps more frustrating, with a Foles checkdown placed on the wrong side of Wendell Smallwood’s body. Smallwood should have been able to shield the ball from Roquan Smith, who ripped it away for the interception, but if Foles places the ball on the opposite hip, Smallwood either catches it or the pass falls incomplete.


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Otherwise, Foles was very good given the circumstances. He picked on All-Pro corner Kyle Fuller early with throws to Zach Ertz and Alshon Jeffery, who finished his revenge game with six catches for 82 yards. Forgotten trade acquisition Golden Tate finished with five catches for 46 yards, including a deep post where Foles managed to thread a throw between triple coverage and the game-winning fourth-down pass on a quick out.

Both plays capitalized on missing Bears starters. Chicago finished the season as one of the healthiest defenses in football, but its two missing regulars in the secondary would have made a difference. While star safety Eddie Jackson was active after missing the final two weeks of the regular season with an ankle injury, the Alabama product never saw the field. Cornerback Sherrick McManis, who took over in the slot after Bryce Callahan hit injured reserve in December, was the player Tate beat for the game-winning touchdown.

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SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks are headed back to the playoffs.

An outcome that few predicted after a massive reshuffling of the roster this offseason became a certainty Sunday with the Seahawks’ 38-31 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at CenturyLink Field. That clinched a wild-card berth for Seattle, which is sitting in the NFC’s fifth spot and can lock that up with a win over the Arizona Cardinals in next Sunday’s regular-season finale.

The Chiefs (11-4) would have clinched the AFC West and the conference’s No. 1 seed by beating Seattle. But the Seahawks (9-6) pulled off an upset behind three touchdowns from Russell Wilson, two on the ground from Chris Carson and a strong first half from the rebuilt defense.

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It will be the Seahawks’ seventh playoff appearance in Pete Carroll’s nine seasons in Seattle. According to ESPN Stats & Information, only the New England Patriots have more in that span, with nine. The Seahawks made the playoffs only 10 times in the 34 seasons before Carroll and general manager John Schneider arrived in 2010.

The victory Sunday capped another comeback from an 0-2 start. Since the NFL expanded its playoff format to 12 participants in 1990, only 28 teams through 2017 had reached the postseason after starting 0-2. One of those teams was the 2015 Seahawks.

“There’s an emotion to it that’s deep, and it’s because there wasn’t very many people that thought we could do this,” Carroll said, sharing a sentiment that was repeated in some form by several players in the locker room. “Most everybody thought we didn’t have a chance.”

The win that put the 2018 Seahawks in the playoffs was arguably their most impressive of the season. The Chiefs, who still own the AFC’s best record, opened as 2.5-point road favorites and came to Seattle averaging a league-best 35.6 points per game.

Seattle’s defense, with one starter in free safety Tedric Thompson missing and several more banged up, held MVP front-runner Patrick Mahomes & Co. in check through two quarters. The Seahawks took a 14-10 halftime lead with the help of two takeaways, both via forced fumbles that Seattle recovered. The first set up Wilson’s go-ahead touchdown throw to tight end Nick Vannett, and the second thwarted a Chiefs scoring opportunity at the end of the second quarter.

Carson gave the Seahawks a 7-0 lead on their first possession with a 4-yard touchdown run. He finished with 116 yards on 27 carries to become Seattle’s first 1,000-yard rusher since Marshawn Lynch in 2014. That capped his comeback from the leg injury that ended his promising rookie season after four games last year.

“If you remember, I told you guys he was the most well-conditioned guy that showed up when we returned in April,” Carroll said of Carson. “There was nobody that was more fit, nobody was more ready for the work. I don’t know how he did it, but he’s just unbelievable, and that commitment that he has, it carried through the whole season.”

The deterioration of the Seahawks’ post-Lynch running game was among the leading reasons they finished 9-7 last season and missed out on the playoffs for the first time since 2011. They had finished between first and fourth in rushing from 2012 through 2015 before they dropped to 25th and 23rd the past two seasons.

The Seahawks, back atop the league in the category this season, produced 210 yards on the ground (including two kneel-downs for minus-2 yards) and an average of 4.9 yards Sunday night. They were without right tackle Germain Ifedi because of a groin injury and lost left guard J.R. Sweezy to what Carroll called a sprained ankle in the first half. That forced D.J. Fluker and his not completely healed hamstring into the game, which moved Ethan Pocic from right guard to left guard.

“It’s a lot going on,” left tackle Duane Brown said. “We still managed to get 212 yards rushing against a pretty good defense. That just says a lot about us, man. It says a lot about our backs.”

The Chiefs tied the game at 17 in the third quarter when Mahomes delivered a sidearm throw while running to his right for a 25-yard touchdown to Charcandrick West. The Chiefs cut Seattle’s lead to 31-28 late in the fourth quarter, when Mahomes hit Demarcus Robinson for his third TD, then ran in a two-point try.

That’s when the Seahawks answered with a playoff-worthy drive. Tyler Lockett hauled in an over-the-shoulder catch on a floating pass from Wilson for 45 yards. After taking a sack for a 9-yard loss, Wilson lofted a deep ball that Doug Baldwin hauled in with one hand for 29 yards. Carson punched it in from a yard out to make it 38-28 Seahawks.

Kansas City drove for a field goal, then tried an unsuccessful onside kick that went out of bounds.

Wilson finished 18-of-29 passing for 271 yards and a 127.2 rating. His other touchdowns were to Baldwin and tight end Ed Dickson. Baldwin finished with seven catches for 126 yards on 12 targets, all season highs. He said again that this season has been “hell” for him because of all the injuries he has dealt with, but it has been trending in the right direction, with all five of his touchdowns coming in his past five games.

“I’ve never seen Doug play better than that,” Carroll said. “I just thought he was magnificent.”

Wilson’s three touchdowns gave him 34 on the season, tying the career high he set in 2015 and matched in 2017. He now has 195 for his career, tied with Dave Krieg for the most in franchise history.

Seattle’s first takeaway came on a fumble that defensive end Dion Jordan forced and defensive tackle Jarran Reed recovered. Cornerback Justin Coleman and strong safety Delano Hill teamed up for the second forced fumble and recovery. The Seahawks now have the NFL’s best turnover differential at plus-14.

“We have all the tools, man,” said linebacker K.J. Wright, who played for the first time since Week 10 because of a knee injury that also kept him out of the first six games. “We have all the tools. Great running game, Russell’s still leading the way, Doug is shining, and this defense is outstanding, creating turnovers. That’s what it takes. That’s the winning formula. Run the ball and play good defense.”

Wright called it “a smack in the face” to see preseason projections that had the Seahawks winning only four or five games. Some were that pessimistic about Seattle’s chances because of the absences or departures of a handful of the greatest players in franchise history.

Seattle lost Kam Chancellor to a career-ending neck injury in November 2017, released Richard Sherman in the offseason and lost Earl Thomas to a broken leg in September. Those three plus Michael Bennett (released), Cliff Avril (injured) and Sheldon Richardson (free agency) added up to six Pro Bowlers gone from Seattle’s defense.

The Seahawks also let offensive starters Jimmy Graham and Paul Richardson, among others, sign elsewhere without making any splash additions in free agency.

Yet here they are, back in the playoffs.

“Not too many people saw us coming to this, being in the playoffs, but the guys in this group believed we could make it, the leaders led the way, and the young guys followed,” Wright said. “So I’m really proud of this team. This feels really good to make it to the playoffs.

“And we’re just getting started. We’ve got a lot to do. It’s just the beginning.”

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ALLEN PARK, Mich. — The Detroit Lions waived running back Zach Zenner from the reserve-injured list.

Detroit made the move Wednesday as it prepared to play at San Francisco.

Zenner hurt his back against Cleveland in the preseason finale.

He earned a spot on the Lions’ roster as an undrafted rookie in 2015. He emerged as Detroit’s No. 1 running back in 2016 when he closed the regular season with more than 200 yards of offence over the last two games.

Zenner had 420 yards rushing and five touchdowns along with 20 receptions for 207 yards in 28 games over three seasons with the Lions.

At South Dakota State, he became the first Division I running back to have for 2,000 yards rushing in three straight seasons.

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BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns coach Mike Pettine is keeping his starting quarterback a secret — even from the quarterbacks.

“Strategic reasons,” he said Friday.

Pettine wouldn’t reveal whether Josh McCown or Johnny Manziel will start on Sunday when the Browns visit the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are playing their own guessing game with an injured Ben Roethlisberger.

With McCown still limited by injured ribs, Manziel took the majority of snaps with Cleveland’s starting offense this week in practice. Signs are pointing to the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner making his fifth career NFL start — and third this season — on Sunday. Manziel started in place of McCown last week and passed for 168 yards and one touchdown in a 31-10 loss to Cincinnati.

McCown, who returned to practice on Wednesday, has improved each day. Pettine said if he’s healthy enough to play, the 36-year-old will start. With a bye week coming up, it’s possible the Browns will give McCown another week to recover.

McCown is listed as questionable — a 50-percent chance of playing — on the team’s final injury report of the week.

Pettine hasn’t told McCown or Manziel if they’ll start. He did say third-stringer Austin Davis will be active.

Some fans might argue it won’t make a difference which quarterback plays for the struggling Browns (2-7). Pettine, a former defensive coordinator, said knowing who is playing in advance makes a big difference.

“If you’re game planning, let’s just say you’re going against a guy that can potentially scramble and you’re going to have calls up as far as setting your plan and kind of having your A plan and knowing who it’s going to be and being able to review that on a Saturday night,” he said. “You can force the mindset to kind of dovetail a little bit, ‘Hey, here’s plan A, here’s plan B,’ without saying, ‘It’s definitely going to be this.’”

The Browns haven’t won in Pittsburgh since 2003 — an 11-game losing streak — and Cleveland is just 6-26 against the Steelers since 1999.

As he prepares for another possible start, Manziel remains under investigation by the NFL for his involvement in a recent domestic dispute. The league is checking whether Manziel violated its personal conduct policy.

NOTES: S Tashaun Gipson missed practice with an unspecified illness. … CB Joe Haden and S Donte Whitner remain in NFL concussion protocol and will not play.

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Joe Montana’s time with the Chiefs wasn’t long: two seasons, 29 games, counting the playoffs. But Montana had an impact in Kansas City after the 1993 blockbuster trade that brought him from the San Francisco 49ers.

The Chiefs won a division title in 1993 — their first season with Montana at quarterback — for the first time in 22 years. That season they advanced as far as the conference title game for the first time since the Chiefs won Super Bowl IV following the 1969 regular season. They haven’t been past the divisional round of the playoffs since.

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It has been 25 years since the trade. Here are three things about the deal you might not know:

Chiefs players were at least initially in awe of their new teammate. Kansas City’s starting quarterbacks over the previous two seasons were a collection of journeymen: Steve DeBerg, Mark Vlasic and Dave Krieg. So the Chiefs were more than a little curious about Montana, 36 at the time of the trade, when he arrived in Kansas City for offseason practice. “When Joe first came in, we had already started our offseason program, the portion where players could practice by themselves without coaches,” said Carl Peterson, then Chiefs president and general manager. “The defense would practice for 45 minutes, just 7-on-7 stuff, and then the offense would practice for 45 minutes. On Joe’s first day, when the defense was done and it was time to switch to offense, not one defensive player left the practice building. They all sat down around the perimeter to watch because they wanted to see Joe Montana play. That’s what those guys thought of the trade. It gave everybody hope we could win a championship. That’s why it was such a special time.”

If the Chiefs hadn’t acquired Montana, they wouldn’t have picked up Marcus Allen, either. The Chiefs and another future Pro Football Hall of Fame player, running back Marcus Allen, had discussed a free-agent contract before the Montana trade. The trade was the catalyst for finishing the deal. “As soon as I got the trade done with Joe, Marcus called me,” Peterson said. “He told me now that we had Joe, he wanted to be a Chief, too. So some other good things happened as a result of that trade.” Allen wound up playing five seasons for the Chiefs and twice was selected the team’s MVP.


The other player acquired in the trade lasted in Kansas City only as long as Montana did. The trade took a long time to complete and was agreed upon only with the draft looming as a deadline. Peterson and 49ers general manager Carmen Policy had reputations as tough negotiators. “He told me at the start, ‘This won’t be easy because I’m a stubborn Sicilian,’ and I said, ‘You’re right, it won’t be easy because I’m a stubborn Swede,’” Peterson said. The 49ers initially asked for first-, second- and third-round draft picks. “I said, ‘You’re crazy with that. You’re out of your mind,’” Peterson said. The 49ers finally agreed to send Montana, a third-round pick plus a player to the Chiefs for their first-round choice, No. 18 overall. The player was safety David Whitmore. He played two seasons for the Chiefs, with 19 games and 17 starts.