Jaylen is injured He threw a touchdown pass Darius kills 70-yard interception return for score philadelphia eagles They took a huge lead early on and then held on until the end to beat their opponent. new england patriots Sunday 25-20.
this eagles They took advantage of the team’s two early mistakes patriotsruining a day for New England to pay tribute to its former quarterback tom brady At half time.
harm He went 22-for-33 for 170 yards and a touchdown, but a costly fumble in the fourth quarter cost the team patriot.Jack Elliot He kicked four shots PhiladelphiaHe didn’t reach the end zone after the first quarter.
Mac Jones fights hard, but it’s not enough
mac jones New England rebounded from a bad start to finish 35 of 54 for 316 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Kendrick Bourne He had two touchdown catches.Hunter Henry added another score for the offense, scoring over eaglesNFC Championship, 382-251.
Late in the fourth quarter, New England trailed 25-14, but with an 11-yard touchdown pass, New England chased the score to 25-20. jones to bourne. But Jones’ two-point conversion was offset by a free throw, and the second attempt did little good.
this eagles They opened the next series with an 8-yard run harmbut ended up conceding a goal after hitting the ball Jabril Peppers.Marcus Jones New England tied the score at Philadelphia’s 41 with 3:28 left in the game.
They made Tom Brady’s memorial day at Gillette Stadium painful
What I learned on my second try Jordan Davis and Josh Sweat helped eagles end pair patriots. But Philadelphia had trouble moving the ball and lost the ball at the 44-yard line. new england when passed hurt smith was interrupted.
this patriots They took the ball from 17 yards to the 19-yard line. Jones Mike Gesicki 1 minute and 02 seconds left. But on the second try, jones He couldn’t avoid Jaylen Carter and was eventually sacked.
No. 4 and No. 11, Keshan Butt He appeared to catch the ball inside the 10-yard line. But replays showed he only had one foot on the field.
New England hires offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien For a team ranked at the bottom of the NFL, the offseason will turn the page on a bleak 2022.