The Daily Numbers: 27-13
loss for the Birds to the Packers on Monday Night Football. Hope you didn’t stay up to watch that dreck.
record for both the Eagles and Packers. Which do you think has a better shot of making the playoffs?
record for Eagles after starting the season 3-0.
30 of 39
for 313 yards for Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers.
24 of 36
for 254 yards for Carson Wentz, plus 1 interception.
sacks for Eagles defense.
turnovers created by Birds’ D.
times now Fletcher Cox has been called for crucial roughing the passer penalty. All 3 times it extended opponents drives and all 3 times led to TD.
tackles for Cox last night.
points surrendered by Green Bay in each of its previous 4 games.
points given up in their last 2 games.
10 of 14
for the Packers on 3rd down.
yard catch in the 3rd quarter that for some reason Doug Pederson decided to challenge. It left him with no challenges for the rest of the game.
times the Eagles targeted Paul Turner, who was activated and playing in place of the benched Nelson Agholor.
scrambles for 33 yards for Wentz
6 for 6
passing for Wentz on Eagles 1st drive, capping it off with 1-yard TD run, diving into the end zone.
offensive starters missing for Eagles.
2 for 2
on field goals for Caleb Sturgis, including another 50-yarder.
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I Don’t Get It
: Challenging a 2-yard pass gain. Pederson won the battle but lost the war, leaving himself with no more challenges.
: Kudos to Caleb Sturgis. Two more field goals last night, including another 50-yarder. Sturgis has to be listed among top kickers in game.
“A lot of self-inflicted wounds.”
- Doug Pederson after the game.