Dave Weinberg’s Eagles-Colts 2-minute drill
A quick look back at the Eagles 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
Eagles' best number: 1 (Touchdowns allowed by defense)
Eagles' worst number: 2 (Eagles turnovers)
View from my living room:
My 6-year-old grandson, Hampton, entered his final soccer game of the season Wednesday with nine goals on the season. He was hoping to score 41 Wednesday to get to 50. He scored one.
1. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (scored game-winning touchdown)
2. Eagles defensive tackle Linval Joseph (4 tackles and half sack in first game with team)
3. Colts place-kicker Chase McLaughin (3-for-4 field goals, including a 51-yarder)
Eagles' best play
Hurts bolted up the middle and broke a couple tackles en route to a 23-yard gain that set up the Eagles' first touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Eagles' worst play
Wide receiver A.J. Brown coughed up a fumble in the fourth quarter that negated a promising drive.
The Colts were forced to settle for a field goal when Eagles linebacker Haason Reddick dropped Colts quarterback Matt Ryan for a sack on a third-and-goal from the Eagles' 5-yard line. Reddick got away with a facemask penalty.
Did you notice?
The Colts scored on their opening drive for the first time this season. ... New Eagles defensive tackles Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh shared a sack. ... The Eagles won after trailing by at least 10 points entering the fourth quarter for the first time since they beat the Giants in 2010. ... The Eagles had scored at least 20 points in a league-best 14 straight games before this one. ... The offense really missed injured tight end Dallas Goedert. ... Colts running back Jonathan Taylor (Salem) rushed for 84 yards and a TD on 14 carries.