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September 26, 2019
“Thursday Night Football” delivered the goods in Week 4. In a back-and-forth affair between two great signal-callers and established NFC franchises, the Philadelphia Eagles (2-2) thwarted the Green Bay Packers (3-1) in the red zone twice in the fourth quarter to secure a 34-27 victory. Here’s what we learned: (READ MORE) by Jeremy Bergman | NFL.com
At first, it looked like a disastrous night for the Eagles.
But just like that, the Eagles completely reversed their fortunes after falling behind by 10 points in the second quarter, and went back and forth with the Green Bay Packers.
Nigel Bradham’s interception in the end zone with 20 seconds left saved the Eagles as Green Bay was going for the game-tying touchdown and the Eagles held on for a 34-27 win on Thursday.
The Eagles (2-2) avoided a 1-3 start with a huge win against the previously undefeated Packers. (READ MORE) by Martin Frank | Delaware News Journal
Carson Wentz led five scoring drives as the Philadelphia Eagles (2-2) defeated the Green Bay Packers (3-1), 34-27, at Lambeau Field on Thursday.
While the Eagles focused heavily on the ground game, Wentz was the guiding presence throughout the night, as he made several impressive throws to his big targets. The quarterback worked the middle of the field, collecting large chunks of yardage by targeting wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey and tight ends Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert. He also made use of running back Jordan Howard, who was the star of the night. (READ MORE) by Mike Kaye | NJ Advance Media
The Philadelphia Eagles are 2-2 through the first four games of their 2019 schedule after escaping Green Bay with a BIG win over the Packers on Thursday night. Final score: 34 to 27. (READ MORE) by | SB Nation
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