Best photos of Eagles 24-8 win over Washington in Week 3

The Philadelphia Eagles dominated the Washington Commanders on Sunday, and here are the top 100 photos from the 24-8 win in Week 3

Eagles fans invaded FedEx Field, and the road team looked dominant while moving to 3-0 on the season after defeating the Commanders 24-8 on Sunday.

Washington quarterback and former Eagles No. 2 overall pick Carson Wentz was sacked nine times on the afternoon.

DeVonta Smith caught eight passes from Jalen Hurts for a career-high 169 yards and a touchdown, while A.J. Brown also had five catches for 85 yards.

With Philadelphia set to start preparation for Jacksonville, here are the top photos from Sunday’s win.


Instant analysis of Eagles dominant 24-8 win over Washington in Week 3

Instant analysis of the Philadelphia Eagles dominant 24-8 win over the Washington Commanders in Week 3

The Eagles are 3-0 after a 24-8 defeat over Carson Wentz and the Commanders at FedEx Field on Sunday afternoon.

Philadelphia amassed 400 yards of offense while holding Washington to 240 yards and sacking quarterback Carson Wentz a career-high nine times, as the former No. 2 overall pick was battered all afternoon.

The Eagles will now regroup and prepare to host their Super Bowl-winning coach, Doug Pederson, who is now the coach of the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars.

Here’s an instant analysis of Sunday’s action.

Eagles vs. Commanders: 5 matchups to watch on offense

Five matchups to watch when the Philadelphia Eagles offense is on the field against the Commanders’ defense.

The Philadelphia Eagles open up NFC East play against their arch-rival Washington Commanders on the road this Sunday, and there are several intriguing matchups to watch.

The Eagles travel to FedEx Field after sweeping the Commanders twice in 2021.

The last time Philadelphia was in the nation’s capital, Jalen Hurts put on a dynamic show, running six times for 45 yards while also going 17 of 26 passing for 214 yards and a road win.

Here are five matchups to watch in Week 3.

Commanders QB Carson Wentz on facing the Eagles, Jalen Hurts and getting over Philadelphia

Washington Commanders QB Carson Wentz on facing the Eagles, Jalen Hurts and getting over Philadelphia.

Carson Wentz was one of the most polarizing figures in Philadelphia sports history and the former No. 2 overall pick will now attempt to lead Washington to the postseason by taking down his old team.

Wentz and the Washington Commanders will host the Eagles for their first divisional matchup this year and the game also will be the first time Wentz has faced his former team.

The quarterback met with local media in D.C. and gave some insight into his time in Philadelphia and mental makeup entering Sunday afternoon.

Takeaways and observations from Eagles impressive 24-7 win over the Vikings in Week 2

Takeaways and observations from the Philadelphia Eagles’ impressive 24-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2

The Eagles formally announced themselves to the world with a dominant 24-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football in their home opener at Lincoln Financial Field.

Jalen Hurts may have erased any doubt about his future after throwing for 333 yards on 26-of-31 passing.

Hurts opened the game connecting on his first 11 pass attempts and totaled over 300 yards in the first half, along with two rushing touchdowns.

Philadelphia’s defense also smothered Justin Jefferson on the night, as Darius Slay held the Vikings star to under 50 yards receiving.

With the team preparing for Washington, here are takeaways and observations.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones already looking ahead to matchup with Jalen Hurts, Eagles

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he’s impressed by Jalen Hurts and knows the Eagles will be tough to handle

Jerry Jones is a shrewd businessman, so as the Cowboys owner looks ahead in the battle for the NFC East, he can clearly see the Eagles coming for the crown.

During his Monday radio session, Jones praised Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts while stating this about the Eagles; “they’re going to be all we can handle.”

Hurts had 301 total yards in the first half, finishing with three total touchdowns as he led Philadelphia to a 24-7 win over Minnesota on Monday night.

The Eagles are now 2-0 heading to Washington in Week 3 and have one of the easier remaining schedules in the NFL.

Dallas will look to remain afloat in the NFC East while Dak Prescott recovers from thumb surgery.

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Eagles vs. Vikings: 6 stats to know for Week 2

Here are six stats to know for the Philadelphia Eagles Monday night matchup against the Minnesota Vikings

The Eagles and Vikings is gearing up for a massive Monday night showdown at Lincoln Financial Field, and offensive fireworks could be on the menu.

Philadelphia’s embattled defense will get a test from a Minnesota offensive skill group that includes Justin Jefferson, Adam Thielen, Dalvin Cook, and tight end Irv Smith Jr.

The Eagles will counter with the league’s top offensive line and an offensive centered around Jalen Hurts, A.J. Brown, Miles Sanders, DeVonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert.

Both defenses will be in for a long night, and we’ve highlighted six initial stats to know for Week 2.

Analyzing the Eagles’ updated 53-man roster

Analyzing the Philadelphia Eagles’ updated 53-man roster

Roster building in the NFL is always a fluid situation, and after weeks of practice and months of speculation, Philadelphia released its official 53-man roster for the 2022 NFL regular season.

The Eagles made 29 total moves, including waiving Devon Allen and Britain Covey, although both players returned to the 16-man practice.

Philadelphia claimed quarterback Ian Book off waivers from the Saints, and the former Notre Dame quarterback would be the third signal-caller on the roster.

The Eagles fixed a previous mistake, trading Jalen Reagor before finishing the week by claiming running back Trey Sermon off waivers from the 49ers.

With preparation for the Lions set to begin, we’re analyzing the current 53-man roster.

Eagles announce their 2022 team captains

Jalen Hurts and six other Philadelphia Eagles were named team captains

The Eagles’ biggest defensive playmaker was rewarded for his leadership on Thursday morning ahead of the team’s practice.

This season, Philadelphia will have seven captains, head coach Nick Sirianni announced: Jalen Hurts, center Jason Kelce, defensive end Brandon Graham, right tackle Lane Johnson, defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, cornerback Darius Slay, and kicker Jake Elliott.

Slay, and Elliott is replacing two former Eagles, Alex Singleton and safety Rodney McLeod.

Philadelphia will open the 2022 on the road against the Detroit Lions.

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How Russell Wilson’s new 5-year, $245M contract impacts Eagles’ QB Jalen Hurts

We’re taking a look at how the new five-year, $245 million contract extension Russell Wilson signed with the Denver Broncos will impact Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts

Ian Rapoport reports that the Denver Broncos made some serious contract news on Thursday, agreeing with star quarterback Russell Wilson on a five-year, $245 million extension that includes $165 million in guaranteed money.

The blockbuster deal is the third-most lucrative contract in NFL history, behind only Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson’s $230 million and Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray’s $189.5 million.

The extension pays Wilson an average salary of $49 million, with the salary cap rising even more over the next few years.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts isn’t as talented as Russell Wilson, and he doesn’t have to be regarding a loom contract extension.

It just has to be his time.

The new deal will impact Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, who could be in line for a massive extension if he can lead Philadelphia to the postseason in back-to-back years.