Eagles snap count vs. Titans: Breakdown, observations from Week 13

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 35-10 win over the Tennessee Titans in Week 13 at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Eagles are 11-1 on the season after a dominant 35-10 win over the Titans at Lincoln Financial Field in an emotional reunion for wide receiver A.J. Brown.

Facing his former team for the first time since a draft night trade, Brown went off on Tennessee, catching eight passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns on ten targets.

Philadelphia’s defense sacked Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill six times on the day and held star running back Derrick Henry to 30 yards on 11 carries.

Here’s a look at the snap count, and playing time usage for the Week 13 win.

Eagles snap count vs. Packers: Breakdown, observations from Week 12

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 40-33 win over the Green Bay Packers in Week 12

The Eagles are 10-1 and looking ahead to a physical matchup against the Tennessee Titans after a 40-33 win over the Packers on Sunday night football.

The win saw Philadelphia nearly break the franchise record for rushing in a game, while Jalen Hurts became the first player to rush and pass for 150+ yards.

The snap count is out, and here’s how the playing time was distributed.

Eagles release OL Tyrese Robinson from the practice squad

The Philadelphia Eagles are releasing offensive guard Tyrese Robinson from the 16-man practice squad

The Eagles announced another roster move on Friday, releasing offensive guard Tyrese Robinson from the 16-man practice squad.

Robinson, 23, went undrafted out of Oklahoma in 2022 after starting 38 games at guard and tackle.

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Eagles snap count vs. Colts: Breakdown, observations from Week 11

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11

The Eagles remained the top team in the NFC and avoided back-to-back ugly losses after overcoming a 10-point deficit to defeat the Colts on the road Sunday.

Jalen Hurts led Philadelphia in passing and rushing yards, while a revamped defensive line adjusted and contained Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor in the second half.

The snap count for Week 11 is out, with Linval Joseph making quite the impression in his first game of the season.

Eagles snap count vs. Commanders: Breakdown, observations from Week 10

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 32-21 loss to the Washington Commanders

The Eagles are now 8-1 on the season and looking to rebound from a shocking Monday night loss to the scrappy Washington Commanders.

Philadelphia will now adjust and look towards a Sunday matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, and we’re breaking down the snap counts from Monday’s loss.

Eagles snap count vs. Texans: Breakdown, observations from Week 9

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 29-17 win over the Houston Texans.

The Eagles are 8-0 for the first time in franchise history and still the NFL’s only undefeated team after a 29-17 win over a tough Houston Texans squad.

Philadelphia allowed 139 yards rushing to rookie running back Dameon Pierce, but the Eagles defense was able to hold Houston to two early touchdowns before pulling away.

The postgame snap count has been released, and we’ve got your Week 9 usage rates.

Eagles snap count vs. Steelers: Breakdown, observations from Week 8

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 35-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 8

Philadelphia moved to 7-0 for the first time since 2004 with a dominant 35-13 win over the Steelers at Lincoln Financial Field.

Third-year quarterback Jalen Hurts tossed three touchdown passes to A.J Brown in the first half and finished with 285 yards passing and four touchdowns as the undefeated Eagles overcame a slow first-quarter start.

Brown had six receptions for 156 yards and three scores, as Pittsburgh (2-6) could not contain the physical wide receiver.

Here’s the snap count for Sunday’s win.

Eagles snap count vs. Cowboys: Breakdown, observations from Week 6

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 26-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 6

Philadelphia is now 6-0 for the first time since 2004 and the third time ever after a hard-fought win over the Cowboys on Sunday night.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts was 15-25 for 155 yards passing and two touchdowns on the night, while Cooper Rush tossed three interceptions and struggled in what could be his final start with Dak Prescott returning.

With Monday being a reaction day, here’s the snap count for Week 6.

Eagles snap count vs. Cardinals: Breakdown, observations from Week 5

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 5

The Eagles were finally outscored in the second quarter but used a steady dose of Jalen Hurts and timely plays on defense to escape Arizona with a 20-17 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.

Philadelphia is now 5-0 for the first time since 2004 and on a collision course with the Dallas Cowboys for Sunday Night Football on NBC.

With Monday being a reaction day, here’s the snap count for Week 5.

Eagles snap count vs. Jaguars: Breakdown, observations from Week 4

Here’s a look at the snap count and playing time usage from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 29-21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 4

The Eagles are 4-0 atop the NFC East after a hard-fought 29-21 win over the Jaguars in Doug Pederson’s return to Philadelphia.

Buoyed by a dominant rushing attack, the Eagles could withstand the loss of two offensive linemen and two key defenders in the secondary to respond after finding themselves down 14-0 to start.

With preparation for the matchup against the Cardinals set to begin, here’s the snap count and player usage for Week 4.