Dave Weinberg’s Washington-Eagles 2-minute drill
Here is a quick look at the Eagles win over Washington on Tuesday night.
Eagles' best number: 238 (Eagles rushing yards)
Eagles' worst number: 2 (turnovers in the first quarter)
View from my living room: The best TV performance Tuesday night was not given by Miles Sanders or Jalen Hurts. Amy Schneider earned her 15th consecutive victory on Jeopardy.
1. Eagles running back Miles Sanders (18 carries, 131 yards)
2. Washington safety Landon Collins (interception, fumble recovery)
3. Washington quarterback Garrett Gilbert (solid performance with no preparation time)
Eagles' best play
Tight end Dallas Goedert outfought a Washington defensive back for a deep pass from Jalen Hurts that produced a 45-yard gain in the first half.
Eagles' worst play
Goedert dropped an easy pass on the Eagles' first series. The ball bounced off his heel and Collins grabbed it for an interception.
Washington cut the Eagles' lead to three points at 20-17 early in the fourth quarter. Eagles responded with a 19-yard TD pass from Hurts to seldom-used wide reciever Greg Ward.
Did you notice?
Sua Opeta started at left guard in place of Landon Dickerson, who was placed on the Reserve/Covid list on Sunday. ... Garrett Gilbert started at quarteback for Washington and completed 20 of 31 passes for 194 yards. ... Goedert dropped two passes and caught seven for 135 yards. ... Running back Miles Sanders rushed for over 100 yards for the second straight game, but has yet to score a touchdown this season. ... Hurts had two rushing TDs and set a franchise record with 10 in a season by a quarterback.