Dave Weinberg’s Eagles-Broncos 2-Minute Drill
Here is a quick look at the Eagles win in Denver over the Broncos to get them to 4-6 on the season.
Eagles' best number: 82 (Darius Slay's fumble return for a touchdown)
Eagles' worst number: 2 (offensive linemen injured in the fourth quarter)
View from my living room: Sunday marked 14 years since my dad passed away. RIP Stormin Norman.
1. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (2 TD passes, 55 rushing yards)
2. Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith (celebrated his birthday with two TD catches)
3. Slay (82-yard fumble return for TD)
Eagles' best play
Eagles linebacker Davion Taylor forced a fumble on a fourth-and-one play early in the fourth quarter. Slay grabbed it and weaved his way upfield for a TD.
Eagles' worst play
Defensive end Derek Barnett's roughing-the-passer penalty helped extend a Denver drive.
The Eagles led 20-10 in the second quarter when the Broncos sent our place-kicker Brendan McManus for a chip-shot, 21-yard field goal. Eagles safety K'Von Wallace blocked the kick to preserve the Eagles' 10-point lead.
Did you notice?
Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert suffered a concussion in the first quarter. ... Hurts was nearly unstoppable in the first half. ... Smith outfought Broncos rookie cornerback Patrick Surtain, a fellow-first round draft pick, for his first TD catch. ... Guard Landon Dickerson and center Jason Kelce were both hurt in the fourth quarter. ... Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater made no effort to tackle Slay on his fumble return. ... All four Eagles wins this season have been on the road.