The Philadelphia Eagles nearly handed the Pittsburgh Steelers their first loss of the season, but a rookie named Chase Claypool ultimately did them in. His four touchdowns were a big part of the 38-29 loss to the Steelers.
For some reason, Jim Schwartz opted to have linebacker Nate Gerry cover Chase Claypool late in the fourth quarter, only to see Claypool sprint past him for a 35-yard TD that essentially clinched the win for the undefeated Steelers
In 2015 the Pittsburgh Steelers were 4th in the NFL in Points Scored with 26.4 Points Per Game. But on Sunday the Eagles defense came out ready for them and held them to just 3 points in the Eagles win at home. After three games the Eagles Defense are 1st in the NFL in Points Allowed at …
PHILADELPHIA - Consider it a statement made. The Philadelphia Eagles improved to 3-0 after routing the Pittsburgh Steelers, a team many believe will contend for the AFC title. They dominated all three aspects of the game and asserted themselves as the team to beat in the NFC East.