Dave Weinberg’s Jaguars-Eagles 2-Minute Drill
Eagles' best number: 5 (defensive takeaways)
Eagles' worst number: 1 (touchdowns in second half)
View from my living room:
I was considering heading over to Ferry Park to watch the Eagles' game outdoors. The weather kept me home.
1. Eagles running back Miles Sanders (career-high 134 rushing yards, 2 TDs)
2. Eagles defensive end Haason Reddick (2 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries)
3. Jaguars linebacker Foyesade Oluokun (16 tackles, 3 tackles for loss)
Eagles' best play
Cornerback James Bradberry foiled a Jaguars scoring bid with a diving interception in the third quarter.
Eagles' worst play
Jaguars safety Andre Cisco picked off Jalen Hurts and returned it 59 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter.
The game was still in doubt in the final two minutes until Reddick's strip sack of Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence sealed the Eagles' victory.
Did you notice?
Eagles are 4-0 for the first time since 2004. They went to the Super Bowl that season, losing to the Patriots. ... Eagles are the NFL's only undefeated team. ... Jaguars coach Doug Pederson received a standing ovation from the fans at Lincoln Financial Field. ... Lawrence lost four fumbles to go with his interception. ... Eagles cornerback Darius Slay suffered a forearm injury in the first quarter and did not return. ... Eagles tackle Jordan Mailata (shoulder) and guard Isaac Seumalo (ankle) left the game with injuries. ... Eagles defense created constant pressure on Lawrence, who did not display very much pocket awareness.