The Philadelphia Eagles enter the midway point of the season with just one blemish on their record. That was a 27-20 loss in Kansas City. After a slow start, the Eagles came to life and buried a winless 49'ers team 33-10.
The Philadelphia Eagles took center stage on Monday Night Football with an opportunity to create some serious distance between them and the rest of the NFC East. Carson Wentz showed off his wow ability making several amazing plays en route to a 34-24 win over the Redskins.
Kendricks racked up a career high 17 tackles in the win. Bradham added ten tackles and had several key plays in big situations that helped to stall out the Panthers offense. Together they combined for 27 tackles and stuffed Panthers Running Backs to just one yard rushing on 13 carries.
It took a franchise record field goal by Jake Elliott as time expired, but the Eagles improved to 2-1 due to a dramatic finish at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles blew a 14-0 lead and had to come from behind to ultimately win the game.
The Philadelphia Eagles visited the Kansas City Chiefs giving the pupil the opportunity to better the teacher. Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson was formerly Andy Reid's Offensive Coordinator in Kansas City. The two paced opposing sidelines in week two.
Starters tend to play more in the third preseason game than they do in any other game prior to the start of the season. Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson allowed his starters to play one quarter against the Miami Dolphins. Could they or should they have played longer? See below.