On Monday's Day After the Eagles game press conference, Doug Pederson met with the media about a variety of topics and started with updates on the injury front:

With Dallas Goedert out of the lineup yesterday, Richard Rodgers became the primary backup Tight End and finished the game playing 33 Offensive Snaps.  Also the offense after Desean Jackson ruled out led to more playing time for the Eagles' younger Receivers: Deontay Burnett would play 39 snaps on Offense while John Hightower and Greg Ward each were on the field for over 80 percent of the team's offensive plays versus the Bengals.

One young Receiver who got very little playing time was JJ Arcega-Whiteside and Doug Pederson explained why JJAW only played 18 Offensive Snaps in Sunday's game:

Speaking of Wide Receivers, Doug Pederson did provide an early week update Alshon Jeffery who returned to practice in a Limited capacity last week:

Doug Pederson was very blunt in his assessment of this Eagles team with a 0-2-1 record after the first three weeks of the season:

Also, Pederson admitted that looking back on the game he would not have Punted the ball late in Overtime on fourth down:

Concerning Carson Wentz and the Eagles Offense that is averaging 19.7 Points Per Game, Doug Pederson talked about simplifying the game plan and going Uptempo on Offense to help Wentz:

Doug Pederson, who has been the Eagles Offensive play caller since he became the team's Head Coach in 2016, was asked if he had considered giving up his play calling responsibilities in an effort to spark the Offense:

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