Dave Weinberg’s 2-Minute Drill (Chiefs vs. Eagles)
A quick look at the Eagles loss to the Chiefs in Sunday.
Eagles' best number: 122 (DeVonta Smith receiving yards)
Eagles' worst number: 5 (Patrick Mahomes TD passes)
View from the press box: I should've went to the final round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Or better yet, hit the beach.
1. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (five touchdown passes)
2. Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (11 receptions, 186 yards, 3 TDs)
3. Eagles wide receiver Devonta Smith (seven receptions, 122 yards)
Eagles' best play
Linebacker Eric Wilson registered the Eagles' first interception of the season when he picked off Mahomes in the third quarter.
Eagles' worst play
The Chiefs put an exclamation point on the victory when Mahomes found Hill deep in the Eagles' secondary for a 44-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. There wasn't an Eagles' defender within 10 yards of Hill.
Hurts' 6-yard touchdown pass to tight end Dallas Goedert seemingly gave the Eagles the lead in the second quarter, but the TD was nullified by offsetting penalties. The Eagles wound up settling for a field goal that cut the Chiefs' lead to 14-13.
Did you notice?
Right tackle Lane Johnson missed the game for personal reasons. Center Jason Kelce was the only starting offensive lineman left from the first game of the season. ... Miles Sanders had three carries in the first quarter after having two total against Dallas last week. ... Left tackle Andre Dillard committed three penalties in the first half, but one was declined. ... Eagles honored former running back LeSean McCoy at halftime. ... Jalen Reagor had a 44-yard kickoff return in the third quarter. ... Mahomes' five TD passes tied the single-game record vs. the Eagles. Detroit's Matthew Stafford was the last to do it on Nov. 26, 2015.