The Eagles (3-4) are not the super team everyone thought they would be after acquiring players like cornerbacks Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. The Eagles have won their last two games and are looking to get back into the NFC playoff race.
Meanwhile, the Chicago Bears (4-3) are coming off a bye week and have won their last two as well.
Who will step up for the Chicago Bears against the Philadelphia Eagles? Read on to find out.
There is an interesting stat for the Chicago Bears concerning Brian Urlacher.
In those four games, Urlacher has 37 tackles, three sacks, two pass deflections and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.
Urlacher shadows Vick to make sure the electric quarterback does not beat the Bears with his legs.
Expect another solid performance from No. 54.
Earl Bennett will finally be playing after suffering a nasty chest injury in Week 2 against the New Orleans Saints.
The wide receiver is a favorite target of quarterback Jay Cutler, as they both played in Vanderbilt together.
As I wrote earlier, Bennett provides sure hands in the slot position while having speed and precise route running. Receivers coach Darryl Drake told the Chicago Sun-Times Bennett was the most effective receiver because he opened up other opportunities for his teammates.
Bennett will be itching for a big game after missing so much time.
Quarterback Jay Cutler is quietly having a good year for the Chicago Bears.
While his numbers aren't necessarily impressive, he is managing games and making key plays when needed.
He has 1,702 yards and nine touchdowns.
Last year against the Philadelphia Eagles, Cutler dominated with 247 yards, four touchdowns and no picks in a 31-26 victory.
With wide receiver Earl Bennett's return, Cutler should have even more confidence tonight against the Eagles.
Defensive end Julius Peppers has been struggling this year for the Chicago Bears.
The star player has 17 tackles and four sacks and no forced fumbles after seven games.
Against the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick in 2010, Peppers had four tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.
Peppers knows the Bears needs him to play well in Philly to slow down Vick and running back LeSean McCoy. Peppers will rise to the occasion.