CHICAGO — Carson Wentz followed up an impressive NFL debut with another solid performance Monday night, throwing for 190 yards and a touchdown, and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Bears, 29-14.

Wentz showed plenty of poise, just as he did in his debut against Cleveland. The No. 2 overall draft pick completed 21 of 34 passes without an interception despite absorbing several big hits.

Ryan Mathews ran for two scores, and the Eagles (2-0) scored a pair of touchdowns late in the third quarter to break open a two-point game.

While Philadelphia was pulling away, Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler walked to the locker room with a right hand injury and didn’t return.

That was the biggest blow for the Bears (0-2), who lost several players and fell again after opening with a loss at Houston. It’s not the sort of start they envisioned in their second year under Coach John Fox after finishing last in the NFC North. But they continued to struggle at home, where they were 1-7 a year ago.

Cutler, who completed 12 of 17 passes for 157 yards, walked to the locker room following an interception by Nigel Bradham late in the third quarter. Cutler was seen having his right hand examined on the sideline early in the third following a strip-sack by Destiny Vaeao.

Brian Hoyer took over for Cutler and was 9 of 12 for 78 yards.

NOTES

VIKINGS: Running back Adrian Peterson has a torn meniscus in his right knee.

The Vikings haven’t determined how much time Peterson will miss.

BRONCOS: DeMarcus Ware will undergo surgery Tuesday on his broken right forearm and will miss four or five weeks.

JAGUARS: Left tackle Kelvin Beachum, who sustained a concussion Sunday, was released from a hospital in San Diego and traveled home.

BROWNS: Josh McCown will miss at least one game with an injured left shoulder, forcing the team to start its third quarterback in three games.

McCown was filling in for Robert Griffin III, who broke a bone in his left shoulder in the opener and will miss at least eight games. The injuries will force the Browns to play rookie Cody Kessler this week at Miami. He will be the 26th quarterback to start for Cleveland since 1999.

TITANS: Right guard Chance Warmack has a torn tendon in a finger on his right hand, and Coach Mike Mularkey said the team is discussing whether Warmack needs surgery or can play with the injury.

JETS: Wide receiver Brandon Marshall said his injured left knee is feeling better and he hopes to play Sunday against Kansas City.

WASHINGTON: Nose tackle Kedric Golston was placed on injured reserve with an injured right hamstring.

CHARGERS: San Diego placed versatile running back Danny Woodhead on season-ending injured reserve with a torn ACL in his right knee.

FALCONS: Coach Dan Quinn said receiver Julio Jones had an MRI on his right calf but is expected to be full speed for next Monday’s game at New Orleans.

SEAHAWKS: Coach Pete Carroll was fined $200,000, and the team was fined $400,000 and will lose a fifth-round draft choice for violating the NFL’s work rules by allowing excessive contact in an optional team workout.