Dave Weinberg’s Eagles-WFT 2-minute drill
Here is a quick look back at the Eagles 20-16 win over the Washington Football Team on Sunday, making them 9-7 on the season.
Eagles' best number: 0 (second-half points allowed by defense)
Eagles' worst number: 6 (first-half points scored by offense)
View from my living room: We enjoyed our final Sunday breakfast of the season at Uncle Bill's in Cape May with grandsons Hampton and Graham. It's now closed until March.
1. Eagles defensive end Josh Sweat (1.5 sacks, 2 pass defenses)
2. Eagles safety Rodney McLeod (game-clinching interception)
3. Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke (27-for-36, 247 yards)
Eagles' best play
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts was walking toward the locker room when a couple of Eagles fans tumbled out of the stands. Hurts helped them to their feet and posed for pictures with them.
Eagles' worst play
Pick any of the plays from Washington's first drive of the game. Heinicke marched them down the field with little opposition.
Washington had reached the Eagles' 20-yard line with 30 second left. Heinicke overthrew his intended receiver at about the 5-yard line. McLeod made a diving interception that was upheld on review.
Did you notice?
Eagles are two games above .500 (9-7) for the first time this season. ... Eagles can clinch a playoff spot later today with a Vikings loss to the Packers and either a 49ers win over the Texans or a Saints loss to the Panthers. ... Eagles running back Miles Sanders (fractured hand) did not play. ... Eagles running back Boston Scott scored two touchdowns. ... Heinicke completed his first 11 passes.