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Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod picks off a Russell Wilson pass in the fourth quarter.
Take a look at these nine selected images from today’s Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles game, won by the Seahawks 17-9.
The first two images are nice shots of Seattle’s only two touchdowns—a spectacular over-the-shoulder catch by wide receiver, MALIK TURNER, for a 33yard scoring play; and a 58 yard run up the middle by Seattle’s running back, RASHAAD PENNY. I also sent you a really nice leaping catch of a Russell Wilson pass by DK METCALF.
For the Eagles, I am sending you an image that captures the misery felt by CARSON WENTZ as he left the field utterly dejected by his poor performance.
The Eagles defense played very well and I am sending you two outstanding defensive plays—- an interception of a Russell Wilson pass by RODNEY McCleod; and a MALCOLM Sack of Russell Wilson.
The final shot is something a little different—an interesting image of KYLE TANGUAY, the first male cheerleader for the Eagles in 35 years.
Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McCleod severely injures his leg while tackling Colts running back Nyheim Hines
Check out these 7 selected images from today’s Philadelphia Eagles vs. Indianapolis Colts game from Lincoln Financial Field. In his first game since tearing two ligaments in his left knee, CARSON WENTZ, returned to action in a rain-soaked field.
After leading his team to an early touchdown and a 7-0 lead on a nifty touchdown pass to rookie tight end DALLAS GOEDERT( the first NFL touchdown of GOEDERT’s career) CARSON WENTZ struggled somewhat to find the sharpness of last year. Trailing 16-13 in the fourth quarter, WENTZ led a 17 play, 75 yard drive, culminating in a winning touchdown on a 4 yard run by WENDELL SMALLWOOD. Overall, CARSON WENTZ completed 25 of 37 passes for 255 yards, one passing touchdown, one interception, and one fumble.
The heroes of the game, however, were the defensive team, led by defensive end, DEREK BARNETT, who held the Colts to 209 total yards. The key defensive play of the game occurred with less than two minutes left to play with the Colts on the Eagles 5 yard line and fourth down, when DEREK BARNETT tripped up Colts quarterback ANDREW LUCK to end the threat on the Eagles’ 4 yard line. The Eagles held on to win 20-16.
Philadelphia Eagles safety RODNEY McLEOD sacks Atlanta Falcons QB MATT RYAN, in the third quarter of the NFC Divisional Playoff Series. The Eagles’ pass defense and pass rush was a major factor in the Eagles 15-10 victory over the Falcons.
Uploaded in this group are six selected images from today’s NFC Divisional Playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons and won by the Eagles 15-10. The Eagles victory was highlighted by a solid performance by quarterback NICK FOLES who went 23 of 30 for 246 yards and no turnovers; a very strong performance by the Eagles defensive and offensive lines; and by three field goals by kicker JAKE ELLIOT, the first of which was a 53 yarder for the last play of the first half. The six images capture these moments.
The Eagles' strategy wasn't to simply run the football against the Falcons. The idea was for the Eagles' offensive line to pound the Falcons defense into submission. And it worked.Everybody expected the Eagles to lean on the ground attack in their playoff game on Saturday. Most felt it necessary to hide or protect Nick Foles. Some thought it time to unleash workhorse running back Jay Ajayi. Strong wind and freezing temperatures were factors as well.The steady barrage of runs still helped to soften a Falcons pass rush that recorded just one sack and four quarterback hits in the contest. Foles looked increasingly comfortable as the game progressed, consistently stepping up into clean pockets and throwing darts to keep the chains moving.
The Eagles now face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP. I will be there next week and also at the Super Bowl on February 4. As you know, the Eagles are one of the few teams that have never won a Super Bowl.
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