Dave Weinberg’s Chargers-Eagles 2-Minute Drill
Here is a quick look back at the Eagles loss to the Chargers.
Eagles' best number: 116 (DeVonta Smith receiving yards)
Eagles' worst number: 84.2 (Justin Herbert completion percentage)
View from my living room: I love that it was pitch black at 5:15 p.m. ... Said no one ever.
1. Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert (32-for-38, 356 yards, 2 TDs)
2. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (224 combined yards from scrimmage, 1 TD pass)
3. Chargers place-kicker Justin Hopkins (game-winning field goal)
Eagles' best play
Hurts showed his athleticism when he somersaulted over a Chargers defender during an 11-yard gain in the fourth quarter that set up his 28-yard touchdown pass to DeVonta Smith that tied the game at 24-24.
Eagles' worst play
Chargers running back Austin Ekeler broke loose for a 16-yard run to the Eagles' 11-yard line to step up Hopkins' winning field goal.
When the Eagles' defense needed to make a stop, it fell short. The Chargers converted two fourth-and-1 plays during their final drive.
Did you notice?
The Eagles threw the ball on six of their first seven plays, then ran the ball on 22 of their next 25 snaps. ... Eagles cornerback Avonte Maddox left the game in the first quarter with a knee injury. ... The Chargers didn't punt the entire game. ... Herbert became the fifth opposing quarterback to complete over 80 percent of his passes against the Eagles this season. ... Cornerback Darius Slay missed the final drive with a hamstring injury. ... The Eagles defense had zero sacks and zero takeaways.