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Fly Eagles Fly – Philadelphia Eagles tight end, Dallas Goedert, flies through the air after receiving a pass from CARSON WENTZ in the second quarter against the New York Jets. The Eagles went on to defeat the Jets 31-6.
Check out these seven selected images from today’s Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Jets game. For the first time this year, the Philadelphia Eagles’ defense dominated its opponent, with 10 sacks and 2 key interceptions, resulting in a 31-6 route of the New York Jets.
Eagles defensive end, BRANDON GRAHAM, had a career-high 3 of Philadelphia’s 10 sacks. The first four images that I sent you captured these sacks.
I also sent you two interesting shots of CARSON WENTZ, who went 17 for 29 for 189yards and one touchdown and no interceptions.
The final images that I sent you is an eye-catching shot of Eagles tight end, DALLAS GOEDERT, flying through the air after catching a pass from CARSON WENTZ,
Symbolizing the Philadelphia Eagles’ fight song—FLY EAGLES FLY.
Philadelphia Eagles rookie tight end, DALLAS GOEDERT, scores his first NFL touchdown in the first quarter against the Indianapolis Colts on a pass from Carson Wentz. GOEDERT led the Eagles with 7 receptions for 73 yards and one touchdown as the Eagles defeated the Colts 20-16.
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.
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