Bears' Cody Parkey swears off social media after missed field goal

Cody Parkey of the Chicago Bears reacts after missing a field goal in the final moments of a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Soldier Field

Cody Parkey of the Chicago Bears reacts after missing a field goal in the final moments of a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Soldier Field

Since this promotion was inspired by Cody Parkey's infamous miss - which was tipped - in Sunday's game against the Eagles, Goose Island put up a 10-foot-tall chain-linked fence that kickers had to kick over.

Instead, hundreds of Chicagoans gathered in the snow outside Goose Island Brewing Co. on Saturday and tried to make the most out of their unfortunate situation by participating in the field goal challenge. And none faced a rush trying to block their attempts - Eagles defensive tackle Treyvon Hester nicked Parkey's kick last week. "The last couple days have been insane". Not one person came close to making the field goal. The company also was offering those successful from 43 yards the chance to kick from 65 yards to win Super Bowl LIII tickets.

The incredible response forced the brewery initially to limit the number of entrants, then the policy was changed when only 101 made a decision to compete in the snowy, cold, windy weather.

Goose Island opted to give $20,000 to Parkey's charity of choice after Saturday's string of misses.