Eagles’ best number: 8 (sacks by Eagles defense)

Eagles' worst number: 2 (Carson Wentz interceptions)

View from my living room:
I should've gone to the beach.

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Three stars:
1. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (312 yards, 2 TDs)
2. Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (10 catches for 125 yards)
3. Eagles place-kicker Jake Elliott (3-for-3 field goals, including 54-yarder)

Turning point:
Elliott went out to try and 59-yard field goal to win in overtime, but a false start penalty on Matt Pryor backed them up 5 yards. Coach Doug Pederson decided to punt with 19 seconds remaining.

Eagles’ best play:
Wentz forced overtime by scrambling outside the pocket and diving into the end zone for a 7-yard TD run with 21 seconds left in regulation.

Eagles' worst play:
With 3:08 left in overtime, Eagles running back Miles Sanders broke open deep down the left sideline. Wentz overthrew him by about 10 yards to force a punt.

Did you notice?
Rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts rushed for 8 yards on 2 carries as a Wildcat quarterback. ... Tight end Dallas Goedert was sidelined in the first quarter with an ankle injury. ... Wide receiver DeSean Jackson missed the second half with a hamstring injury. ... Tackle Jason Peters had one of the worst games of his career. ... Burrow will be a superstar if he can stay healthy. ... Wentz threw his 100th career touchdown pass but also threw two interceptions for the third straight game.

Parting shots
Eagles coach Doug Pederson on what he told the team after the game: "We're just not a very smart football team right now."
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow on the tie: "We didn’t win. That's all it is to me. You don't win, you lose. That's all it is to me."