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Double Doink
Soldier field 2006.jpg
Soldier Field in Chicago, the site of the game
1234 Total
PHI 3076 16
CHI 0609 15
DateJanuary 6, 2019
StadiumSoldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
FavoriteBears by 6.5[1]
RefereeTony Corrente
Attendance62,462
TV in the United States
NetworkNBC
AnnouncersAl Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya and Terry McAulay

The Double Doink was a blocked game-winning field goal attempt by Chicago Bears kicker Cody Parkey in the National Football League's (NFL's) 2018 NFC Wild Card game. Parkey's 43-yard field goal attempt against the Philadelphia Eagles hit the left upright, then bounced off the crossbar and fell to the end zone, no-good. The sixth-seeded Eagles won the game over the third-seeded Bears, 16–15, at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, and advanced to the Divisional playoff round.[2][3]

The term "Double Doink" took hold due to NBC commentator Cris Collinsworth, who said on the NBC broadcast while he watched the replay, "The Bears' season's gonna end on a double doink."

A frame-by-frame replay later revealed that the kick was actually tipped by Eagles defensive lineman Treyvon Hester, and the NFL officially ruled the play a block.

The Bears, NFC North Division champions, saw their season end with a 12–5 record; for Parkey, it was his 11th miss of the season, and his sixth kick attempt of the season (including two extra points and four field goals) to hit an upright.[4] He was released by the Bears two months later. The defending Super Bowl champion Eagles lost the following week to the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional playoffs.

Game summary

First half

The Eagles started off the game with a good drive, including passes to Wendell Smallwood and Zach Ertz of 22 and 17-yards, respectively. However, the drive stalled after a Leonard Floyd sack. Philadelphia settled for a 44-yard field goal, taking the lead, 3–0. After an exchange of punts, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles launched a 40-yard pass to former Bear Alshon Jeffery. However, the drive was cut short when Roquan Smith picked off Foles at Chicago's 35-yard line. The Bears drove down the field and kicked a field goal to tie the game 3–3. The Eagles put together another strong drive, featuring 28-yard pass to Golden Tate. However, this drive was also stopped when Foles' pass was intercepted by Adrian Amos in the end zone. After punts by both teams, Chicago put together a 13 play, 78-yard drive that resulted in a 29-yard Cody Parkey field goal to give the Bears a 6–3 halftime lead.

Second half

The Eagles finally had some success on offense in the second half, capping an 83-yard drive with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Foles to tight end Dallas Goedert. After punts by both teams, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky completed a 45-yard pass to Allen Robinson, which set up a 34-yard field goal by Parkey, cutting the Eagles' lead to 10–9. In Chicago's following drive, Trubisky completed passes of 19 and 34-yards to Taylor Gabriel and Joshua Bellamy, respectively. He finishes off the drive with a 22-yard touchdown pass to Robinson to make the score 15–10. The Bears attempted a two-point conversion, but failed. After another exchange of punts, the Eagles drove all the way down to Chicago's 2-yard line. After two runs by Darren Sproles for no gain and an incomplete pass, Philadelphia faced a 4th and goal 1:01 left in the fourth quarter. Foles passed to Tate for the touchdown. The Eagles went for two but failed. On the Bears next drive, Trubisky completed passes of 25 and 8 yards, both to Robinson, and spiked the ball with 0:10 left in the game.[5]

The play

After Trubisky's spike, the Bears set up for a 43-yard field goal. However, immediately prior to the snap, Eagles head coach Doug Pederson called a time-out to ice the kicker. Even though whistles were blown to signify the timeout, Parkey attempted the kick and made it, although it didn't count. After the timeout, Parkey's next attempt sailed left, ricocheted off the left upright, bounced off the crossbar and landed in the end zone.[5][6]

Parkey later reacted, "I feel terrible. There's really no answer to it. I thought I hit a good ball."[7]

TV call

Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth were the announcers for NBC:

Michaels: And... Oh! It hits the upright again! That’s impossible!
Collinsworth: Oh my goodness... The Bears' season’s gonna end on a double doink.[8]

Collinsworth is often mistakenly credited with coining the phrase "Double Doink",[9] Chris Berman of NFL Primetime first used the phrase in 2000 when describing a missed field goal by Detroit Lions kicker Jason Hanson.[10] When asked about it the following day, Collinsworth said, “I don’t think I invented the word; I think John Madden said doink first. But it was this double dinky thing — the ball bounced off one and then the other.”[11]

Bears radio call

Jeff Joniak called the missed kick with Tom Thayer for WBBM-AM, describing the snap by long snapper Patrick Scales, the hold by holder Pat O'Donnell, and the kick by Parkey:[12]

Joniak: Parkey lines it up, O'Donnell on one knee. Gives him a look, extends his arm. Scales sends it back, placement made, kick from 43 and it hit the upright and is no good! On the crossbar. And the Eagles are celebrating here at Soldier Field.

Eagles radio call

Merrill Reese and Mike Quick were on radio call for WIP-FM:

Reese: Ball ... is snapped. Placed. Kicked. And it is ... no good! No good! It is no good, and the Eagles win.”
Quick: He missed it!

Spanish radio call

Philadelphia Eagles Spanish language radio announcer Rickie Ricardo put it very simply:

No, señor! No, señor! No, señor! No, señor! No, señor! No, señor!

The memorable call translates to "No sir! No sir! No sir! No sir! No sir! No sir!" This was similar to his 2017 call when Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott kicked a game-winning 61-yard field goal to beat the New York Giants in which he said "Si, señor!"or rather "Yes, sir!" He said in an interview: “ ‘Si, señor’ is very easy for everyone- the lowest common denominator, you don’t have to think much. It’s very simple for Hispanics, but if you don’t speak Spanish it doesn’t take much thought. This guy missed a kick. You could not know one phrase in Spanish and you know what’s going on.”[11]

Aftermath

The following day the NFL officially declared the kick attempt a block.[13] After a frame-by-frame replay, Eagles defensive lineman Treyvon Hester finger was visibly knocked back as the ball brushed his finger.[14]

Five days after the miss, Parkey discussed it with the anchors on NBC's Today show. The appearance had not been cleared by the Bears front office, and Parkey was criticized by local sportswriters, fans and head coach Matt Nagy, who said in a press conference the following Monday: "We always talk about a ‘we’ and not a ‘me’ thing, and we always talk as a team, we win as a team, we lose as a team. I didn't necessarily think [the Today appearance] was too much of a ‘we’ thing.”[15][16]

On February 22, 2019, it was reported that Parkey would be released despite a $3.5 million guaranteed contract for 2019. He was officially released on March 13.[17] His departure sparked a dramatized "kicker competition" for the Bears, who ultimately selected Eddy Piñeiro.[18][19] Parkey later signed with the Tennessee Titans.

The Eagles lost their next game against the New Orleans Saints, 20–14, after being shut out in the final three quarters.[20]

Members of the 2018-19 St. Louis Blues NHL team watched the game at the Jacks NYB bar in South Philadelphia, where they heard the Laura Branigan song "Gloria" and adopted it as their unofficial victory theme. The Blues went on a winning streak, which led them to making the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals and winning their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.[21]

Bill Swerski's Super Fans spoofed the play in a sketch created for the opening game of the 2019 season between the Bears and the Green Bay Packers. In the scene, a teddy bear purported to be sold in Green Bay said "Double Doink" when squeezed.[22] A follow-up scene revealed that the teddy bears were created by former Packers quarterback Brett Favre, who joyfully points out that it also comes with its own goalpost showing the ball hitting the upright.

A second “double doink” at Soldier Field occurred during Sunday Night Football on December 22, 2019, kicked by Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker, in the same north end zone, on an extra point attempt. This time, the ball hit both uprights and not the crossbar.[23]

Box score

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Chicago Bears – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Eagles 3 0 7616
Bears 0 6 0915

at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Starting lineups

Philadelphia Position Chicago
Offense
Nelson Agholor WR Taylor Gabriel
Jason Peters LT Charles Leno Jr.
Isaac Seumalo LG James Daniels
Jason Kelce C Cody Whitehair
Brandon Brooks RG Kyle Long
Lane Johnson RT Bobby Massie
Zach Ertz TE Ben Braunecker
Golden Tate WR Allen Robinson
Nick Foles QB Mitchell Trubisky
Wendell Smallwood RB Jordan Howard
Alshon Jeffery WR TE Adam Shaheen
Defense
Timmy Jernigan DT Akiem Hicks
Michael Bennett DE NT Eddie Goldman
Fletcher Cox DT N Deon Bush
Brandon Graham DE ILB Danny Trevathan
Jordan Hicks MLB ILB Roquan Smith
Kamu Grugier-Hill OLB Leonard Floyd
Nigel Bradham OLB Khalil Mack
Avonte Maddox CB Kyle Fuller
Rasul Douglas CB Prince Amukamara
Corey Graham S Sherrick McManis
Malcolm Jenkins S Adrian Amos
Source:[24]

Officials

  • Referee: Tony Corrente (99)
  • Line Judge: Kent Payne (79)
  • Down Judge: Jerod Phillips (6)
  • Side Judge: Mike Weatherford (116)
  • Umpire: Ramon George (128)
  • Field Judge: Allen Baynes (56)
  • Back Judge: Todd Prukop (30)[24]

See also

References

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  2. ^ Kane, Colleen. "Cody Parkey's missed FG changed to a blocked kick — but that won't quiet the social-media storm around one of the most infamous playoff moments". chicagotribune.com. Retrieved 2019-09-19.
  3. ^ "Bears vs. Eagles highlights, takeaways: Cody Parkey doinks game-winning FG attempt, Nick Foles' magic stays alive". CBSSports.com. Retrieved 2019-09-19.
  4. ^ Grathoff, Pete. "Here's a montage of Bears kicker Cody Parkey hitting the upright this season". The Kansas City Star.
  5. ^ a b "All Drives". ESPN.
  6. ^ "Eagles vs. Bears results: Score, highlights from Eagles' win on Cody Parkey's missed field goal". www.sportingnews.com. Retrieved 2019-09-19.
  7. ^ "Cody Parkey on missed FG: 'Thought I hit a good ball'". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-11-01.
  8. ^ Gallen, Daniel (2019-01-07). "'Double doink': Listen to TV, radio calls of Philadelphia Eagles thrilling finish at Chicago Bears". pennlive.com. Retrieved 2019-09-20.
  9. ^ Campbell, Rich. "Cris Collinsworth and Al Michaels discuss the 'double doink' call: 'You almost forget you're talking to 30 million people'". chicagotribune.com. Retrieved 2019-09-20.
  10. ^ Heifetz, Danny (2019-05-08). "The Bears' Kicking Drama Is the NFL Offseason Story You Didn't Know You Needed". The Ringer. Retrieved 2020-04-19.
  11. ^ a b Strauss, Ben. "From 'double doink' to 'no, señor,' the epic soundtrack to a game-losing field goal try". The Washington Post.
  12. ^ Bears Down, retrieved 2019-11-01
  13. ^ Bieler, Des. "Cody Parkey's missed field goal was actually blocked, says NFL. The reactions live on". The Washington Post.
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  15. ^ Rogers, Phil. "Parkey's 'Today' Show Appearance Doesn't Play Well With Bears". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-11-01.
  16. ^ "Cody Parkey gets criticized for TODAY Show appearance". Chicago Bears. Retrieved 2019-11-01.
  17. ^ Finley, Patrick (2019-03-13). "Bears cut kicker Cody Parkey". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved 2019-09-20.
  18. ^ "Chicago Bears: Who is leading the kicking competition?". NFL Spin Zone. 2019-08-05. Retrieved 2019-09-20.
  19. ^ "Eddy Pineiro Named Bears' Kicker". 670 The Score. 2019-09-01. Retrieved 2019-09-20.
  20. ^ "Eagles vs. Saints final score, takeaways: Saints overcome early deficit, withstand Nick Foles' final charge". CBSSports.com. Retrieved 2019-09-20.
  21. ^ "'Play Gloria': How the St. Louis Blues got their victory song from a night in a Philadelphia bar - The Boston Globe". BostonGlobe.com. Retrieved 2020-01-10.
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  23. ^ Barbieri, Alyssa (December 22, 2019). "Finally, a double-doink goes the Bears' way". USA Today. Bears Wire. Retrieved December 22, 2019.
  24. ^ a b "National Football League Game Summary" (PDF). NFL. p. 1.
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