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  • Seattle Seahawks wide receiver, MALIK TURNER, makes an excellent over-the-shoulder catch on a perfect pass from Russell Wilson in the first quarter on a 33-yard touchdown giving the Seahawks a 7-3 lead. The Seahawks went on to defeat the Eagles 17-9.

    Despite this underwhelming performance, Wilson is the first QB in NFL history to start his career with eight straight winning seasons.

    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.

  • Seattle Seahawks running back RASHAAD PENNY breaks loose up the middle for a 58 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter giving Seahawks a 17-3 lead. PENNY ran fo a career-best 129 yards leading the Seahawks to a 17-9 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Despite this underwhelming performance, Wilson is the first QB in NFL history to start his career with eight straight winning seasons.

    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.

  • Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK METCALF makes a leaping catch of a Russell Wilson pass in the third quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Seahawks went on to defeat the Eagles 17-9.

    Despite this underwhelming performance, Wilson is the first QB in NFL history to start his career with eight straight winning seasons.

    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.

  • Seattle Seahawks quarterback, RUSSELL WILSON takes the snap in the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles. WILSON had a very mediocre game completing 13 of 25 passes for 200 yards, one touchdown and one interception, leading the Seahawks to a 17-9 victory.

    Despite this underwhelming performance, Wilson is the first QB in NFL history to start his career with eight straight winning seasons.

    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 quarterback, CARSON WENTZ, walks off the field dejected, after another dismal performace. For the second game in a row, Carson’s offense was able to generate only one touchdown. WENTZ was 33 of 45 for 256 yards with two interceptions and two lost fumbles, losing 17-9 to the Seattle Seahawks.

    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 quarterback, CARSON WENTZ, throws a pass to wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside in the third quarter against the Seattle Seahawks. CARSON struggled throughout the game completing 33 of 45 with one touchdown and two interceptions and two lost fumbles. The Eagles lost 17-9.

    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 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 MALCOLM JENKINS sacks Seattle Seahawks quarterback RUSSELL WILSON in the second quarter. While the Philadelphia Eagles’ defense played a strong game, the Eagles dropped their second straight game losing 17-9.

    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.

  • Kyle Tanguay cheers his team on against the Seattle Seahawks. Kyle is the first male cheerleader for the Eagles in 35 years. Despite his efforts, the Eagles lost 17-9.

    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.

  • Facing a third down and 11 on the Philadelphia Eagles 15 yard line, Tom Brady throws a backward pass to Julian Edelman who then throws a 15 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver PHILLIP DORSETT as Eagles cornerback RASUAL DOUGLAS attempts to defend. James White then ran into the endzone for the ensuing two-point conversion, giving the Patriots a 17-10 victory.

    Take a look at these 5 selected images from today’s New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles game, won by the Patriots 17-10.

    It is  only fitting that the New England Patriots used a trick play to  defeat the Philadelphia Eagles.  To revenge the famous “Philly Special” play that the Eagles used to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.  Trailing 10-9 in the third quarter with the ball in the Eagles  15 yard line on a third down and 11 for a first down, Tom Brady threw a backward pass to Julian Edelman, who then threw a  touchdown pass to wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. James White then ran the ball into the endzone for the ensuing two-point conversion giving the Patriots a 17-10 lead which turned out to be the final score of the game. The first two images that I am sending you capture these game winning plays

    The Patriots sacked Carson Wentz 5 times, creating one turnover. The third picture that I am sending you captures one of these sacks.

    The fourth image shows Carson Wentz throwing his only touchdown pass to Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert.

    The fifth and final image is of Eagles tight end Zach Ertz stiff arming Patriots Jamie Collins. Ertz gained 94 passing yards.

  • New England Patriots running back James White runs the ball into the endzone for a two-point conversion in the third period giving the Patriots a 17-10 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles. Since neither team scored in the fourth period, the Patriots won the game 17-10.

    Take a look at these 5 selected images from today’s New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles game, won by the Patriots 17-10.

    It is  only fitting that the New England Patriots used a trick play to  defeat the Philadelphia Eagles.  To revenge the famous “Philly Special” play that the Eagles used to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.  Trailing 10-9 in the third quarter with the ball in the Eagles  15 yard line on a third down and 11 for a first down, Tom Brady threw a backward pass to Julian Edelman, who then threw a  touchdown pass to wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. James White then ran the ball into the endzone for the ensuing two-point conversion giving the Patriots a 17-10 lead which turned out to be the final score of the game. The first two images that I am sending you capture these game winning plays

    The Patriots sacked Carson Wentz 5 times, creating one turnover. The third picture that I am sending you captures one of these sacks.

    The fourth image shows Carson Wentz throwing his only touchdown pass to Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert.

    The fifth and final image is of Eagles tight end Zach Ertz stiff arming Patriots Jamie Collins. Ertz gained 94 passing yards.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, CARSON WENTZ, is sacked in the third quarter by New England Patriots DONT’A HIGHTOWER AND DEVIN McCOURTY. WENTZ was sacked 5 times with one turnover as the Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 17-10.

    Take a look at these 5 selected images from today’s New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles game, won by the Patriots 17-10.

    It is  only fitting that the New England Patriots used a trick play to  defeat the Philadelphia Eagles.  To revenge the famous “Philly Special” play that the Eagles used to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.  Trailing 10-9 in the third quarter with the ball in the Eagles  15 yard line on a third down and 11 for a first down, Tom Brady threw a backward pass to Julian Edelman, who then threw a  touchdown pass to wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. James White then ran the ball into the endzone for the ensuing two-point conversion giving the Patriots a 17-10 lead which turned out to be the final score of the game. The first two images that I am sending you capture these game winning plays

    The Patriots sacked Carson Wentz 5 times, creating one turnover. The third picture that I am sending you captures one of these sacks.

    The fourth image shows Carson Wentz throwing his only touchdown pass to Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert.

    The fifth and final image is of Eagles tight end Zach Ertz stiff arming Patriots Jamie Collins. Ertz gained 94 passing yards.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, CARSON WENTZ, throws a touchdown pass to tight end Dallas Goedert in the second quarter giving the Eagles a 10-0 lead. The Patriots came back in the second half to defeat the Eagles 17- 10.

    Take a look at these 5 selected images from today’s New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles game, won by the Patriots 17-10.

    It is  only fitting that the New England Patriots used a trick play to  defeat the Philadelphia Eagles to revenge the famous “Philly Special” play that the Eagles used to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.  Trailing 10-9 in the third quarter with the ball in the Eagles  15 yard line on a third down and 11 for a first down, Tom Brady threw a backward pass to Julian Edelman, who then threw a  touchdown pass to wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. James White then ran the ball into the endzone for the ensuing two-point conversion giving the Patriots a 17-10 lead which turned out to be the final score of the game. The first two images that I am sending you capture these game winning plays

    The Patriots sacked Carson Wentz 5 times, creating one turnover. The third picture that I am sending you captures one of these sacks.

    The fourth image shows Carson Wentz throwing his only touchdown pass to Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert.

    The fifth and final image is of Eagles tight end Zach Ertz stiff arming Patriots Jamie Collins. Ertz gained 94 passing yards.

  • Philadelphia Eagles tight end, ZACH ERTZ stiff arms New England Patriots linebacker, JAMIE COLLINS, gaining 9 yards on a pass from quarterback Carson Wentz in the first period. ERTZ gained 94 passing yards in a losing effort as the Patriots defeated the Eagles 17-10.

    Take a look at these 5 selected images from today’s New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles game, won by the Patriots 17-10.

    It is  only fitting that the New England Patriots used a trick play to  defeat the Philadelphia Eagles to revenge the famous “Philly Special” play that the Eagles used to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.  Trailing 10-9 in the third quarter with the ball in the Eagles  15 yard line on a third down and 11 for a first down, Tom Brady threw a backward pass to Julian Edelman, who then threw a  touchdown pass to wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. James White then ran the ball into the endzone for the ensuing two-point conversion giving the Patriots a 17-10 lead which turned out to be the final score of the game. The first two images that I am sending you capture these game winning plays

    The Patriots sacked Carson Wentz 5 times, creating one turnover. The third picture that I am sending you captures one of these sacks.

    The fourth image shows Carson Wentz throwing his only touchdown pass to Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert.

    The fifth and final image is of Eagles tight end Zach Ertz stiff arming Patriots Jamie Collins. Ertz gained 94 passing yards.

  • I was privileged to attend and photograph this historic event: the first World Series game played in Washington D.C. in 86 years. The pair of photos are the perfect gift for any Nationals’ fan (or for your own wall).
    This limited edition set of photos, which include (1) a beautiful panoramic shot from the stands of both teams lining up at the start of the game, and (2) World Series MVP and Nationals pitcher, Stephen Strasburg, are perfectly matted and signed by the artist.
    Get yours now, quantities are limited.
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  • The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Carson Wentz, throws a 25 yard touchdown pass to Zach Ertz in the second quarter giving the Eagles a 12-0 lead. WENTZ threw for 239 yards and one touchdown. leading the Eagles to a 22-14 victory over the Chicago Bears.

    Take a look at these selected images from the Chicago Bears vs Philadelphia Eagles, won by the Eagles 22-14.

    The Philadelphia Eagles tried to blow a 19-point lead to the Chicago Bears, but managed to hold on for a 22-14 victory in a rematch of the NFC Wild Card Game to move to 5-4 on the year. Philadelphia allowed the Bears to score 14 unanswered points after taking a 19-0 lead in the third quarter, but put together one of their most impressive drives of the season in taking 8:14 off the clock in the fourth quarter, converting four consecutive third downs in the most critical junction of the game.

    Chicago never got the ball back after Jake Elliott hit a 38-yard field goal with 26 seconds left to make it 22-14. Bears tight end Adam Shaheen muffed the catch on the kickoff and the Eagles recovered to deny Chicago a last ditch effort for a Hail Mary and an attempt to tie the game with a two-point conversion.

    Jordan Howard scored a touchdown in his first game against his former team, finishing with 19 carries for 82 yards and a touchdown. Zach Ertz had his best game of the season as the Eagles tight end had nine catches for 103 yards and a touchdown, a 25-yard catch for his second score of 2019.

    The Bears had just nine total yards in the first half, but rallied back in this game with two scoring drives in three possessions between the third and fourth quarter. Chicago’s offense had no turnovers, but finished with just 164 yards of offense. Mitchell Trubisky went 10 of 21 for 125 yards with no touchdowns and a 66.6 passer rating. The Bears have lost their fourth consecutive game after a 3-1 start to the season, falling to 3-5 and remaining in last place in the NFC North.

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