Eagles’ best number: 95 (Miles Sanders rushing yards)

Eagles' worst number: 3 (Eagles turnovers)

View from my living room:
And to think I gave up watching part of the U.S. Open for that.

Three stars
1. Rams quarterback Jared Goff (267 yards, 3 TDs)
2. Rams tight end Tyler Higbee (3 TD receptions)
3. Rams running back Darrell Henderson Jr. (81 rushing yards, TD)

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Turning point
The Eagles had fought back and were trailing 21-16 when Wentz's poor throw toward wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside in the end zone was intercepted by Rams defensive back Darious Williams.

Eagles’ best play
T.J. Edwards knocked the ball loose from Rams punt returner Cooper Kupp to set up an Eagles' touchdown.

Eagles' worst play
Sanders lost a fumble on the Eagles' first possession to set up the Rams' first touchdown.

Did you notice?
Rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts was on the field for three plays in the first half at wide receiver. ... Arcega-Whiteside failed to catch a pass for the second straight game. ... Rams are now 27-0 under coach Sean McVay when leading at halftime. ... Wentz was not sacked after getting dropped eight times in the first game. ... Matt Pryor played left guard after Isaac Seumalo was injured. ... Higbee beat the Eagles' linebackers for all three TDs.

Parting shots
Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham on being 0-2: "We definitely feel like we can turn this around. We just have to stick together.

Rams quarterback Jared Goff on the offense: "We're dangerous right now whenever we have the ball. And it's fun."