National Football League world reacts to Cody Parkey's missed field goal

Green Bay Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander left breaks up a pass intended for Chicago Bears tight end Trey Burton during Sunday's game at Soldier Field in Chicago on Dec. 16 2018

National Football League world reacts to Cody Parkey's missed field goal

It took about 98 seconds from the time that Kyle Fuller knocked the ball out of Alshon Jeffery's hands to when Golden Tate snagged what turned out to be the game-winning touchdown in the Eagles' 16-15 victory over the Bears. Later, the guys discussed their level of disappointment in linebacker Khalil Mack's performance and expressed their feelings about the Bears going forward.

Upright, crossbar, end zone.

In the immediate aftermath of the miss, all blame was placed on Parkey, and that's because there was no indication that the kick had been tipped.

After the game ended, and Chicago's 12-4 season and NFC North division title season was over, the onslaught on Parkey's life and family began.

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City are far too good a side to give up a title without a fight which will in all likelihood go down to the wire. Listen, this is a bitter one to take. "That's what the top teams do and it's what we've got to do".

Cody Parkey's Double Doink miss had help.

"There's really no answer to it", Parkey said. Felt good. [but] actually, I thought I didn't get enough of it, I thought it was going to go in. I didn't make it. "Then I heard everybody screaming, I was like, oh, [bleep]. he missed it". "You don't know how hard this s- is", Bears tackle Charles Leno when asked what his message would be to fans who harassed Parkey. People around the country took to social media to criticize, threaten, demean, humiliate, and attack the 2014 Pro Bowl kicker following his first season wearing a Bears uniform.

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