|Date||January 6, 2019|
|Stadium||Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois|
|Favorite||Bears by 6.5|
|TV in the United States|
|Announcers||Al 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 was partially blocked, hit the left upright, then bounced off the crossbar and fell to the end zone, no good. The sixth-seeded, defending champion Eagles won the game over the third-seeded Bears, 16–15, at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, and advanced to the Divisional playoff round.
The term "Double Doink" took hold due to NBC commentator Cris Collinsworth. He said on the NBC broadcast during 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, the NFC North Division champions, saw their season end with a 12–5 record. It was Parkey's 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. He was released by the Bears two months later. The defending Super Bowl champion Eagles lost the following week to the top-seeded New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional playoffs.