Eagles updated 53-man roster vs. Packers: News and notes for Week 12

Here’s an updated look at the Philadelphia Eagles’ 53-man roster ahead of Sunday night’s matchup against the Green Bay Packers

The Philadelphia Eagles are less than 12 hours away from returning to the field for a primetime matchup against the Packers on NBC.

The Birds are the favorite and will look to move to 10-1 on the season while maintaining their lead in the NFC. 

Jalen Hurts continues to cement his status for a new contract, and at the same time, Jonathan Gannon’s retooled defense regained its form after being shredded in back-to-back weeks.

Here’s your updated 53-man roster for Week 12.

Eagles’ PFF grades: Best and worst performers from win over Colts

Here are the Best and worst PFF grades from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11

The Eagles are set to begin preparation for a Week 12 matchup against the Packers after escaping Indianapolis with a 17-16 win over the Colts.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts once again made winning plays at critical junctions of the game. Philadelphia’s defense rebounded from their Monday night disaster to contain Jonathan Taylor and the Colts’ offense.

The Week 11 grades are out via PFF, and the top performer has been with the team just three days before such an efficient and physical performance.

Studs and duds from Eagles 17-16 win over the Colts

Studs and duds from the Philadelphia Eagles Week 11 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday

The Philadelphia Eagles are 9-1 for the 6th time in franchise history after overcoming a ten-point fourth-quarter deficit to down the Colts 17-16.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts completed 18-of-25 (72.0%) attempts for 190 yards, 1 TD, and a 107.1 passer rating while rushing for a team-high 86 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries.

On defense, Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh made their presence known in the middle, holding Jonathan Taylor to under 100 yards.

 

National reactions: Eagles move to 9-1 after comeback win over Colts

Questions about the Philadelphia Eagles trusting quarterback Jalen Hurts as a passer are some of the national reactions to the 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11

The Eagles matched their win total from last season with Sunday’s win over the Colts, and they’ll now work to lock down home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs.

Jalen Hurts placed himself firmly into the MVP race, going 18-25 passing for 190 yards and one touchdown through the air. Hurts led Philadelphia in rushing on the night as well, totaling 86 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.

The Eagles’ defense rebounded from a disastrous performance on Monday night football, holding Indianapolis to three field goals after they jumped out to an early 7-0 lead behind the strong running of Jonathan Taylor.

Eagles vs. Colts game recap: Everything we know

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Indianapolis Colts game recap: Everything we know from Week 11

The Philadelphia Eagles are 9-1 for the 6th time in franchise history ( 1949, 1960, 1980, 2004, and 2017) after overcoming a ten-point fourth-quarter deficit to down the Colts 17-16.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts completed 18-of-25 (72.0%) attempts for 190 yards, 1 TD, and a 107.1 passer rating while rushing for a team-high 86 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries.

Here’s everything we know from the Week 11 matchup.

Eagles move to 9-1 on season after overcoming 10 point deficit in 17-16 win over Colts

The Philadelphia Eagles showed grit in overcoming a ten-point deficit to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on the road, 17-16, at Lucas Oil Stadium

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Championship teams define themselves when adversity hits, and the Eagles took another step towards sharpening their iron, overcoming a ten-point deficit to pull out a win in Indianapolis.

Jalen Hurts was an efficient 18-25 passing for 190 yards and one touchdown. As a rusher, Hurts led Philadelphia with 16 carries for 86 yards and a seven-yard touchdown late in regulation that tied things up with 1:20 remaining.

DeVonta Smith (6-78) and A.J. Brown (5-60) paced the Eagles’ pass catchers with Dallas Goedert out with an injured shoulder.

On defense, Philadelphia allowed Jonathan Taylor to accumulate 84 yards on 22 carries with a touchdown.

Still, Taylor only had 20 yards on 11 carries in the second half as the Eagles’ defense adjusted and buckled down.

Philadelphia will head home before starting preparation for a huge Week 12 matchup against the Packers in primetime.

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Eagles-Colts: Takeaways and observations from first half as Philadelphia trails 10-3

Here are the takeaways from the first half as the Philadelphia Eagles trail the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

The Eagles are back in action for the first time since suffering a 32-21 loss that saw an undefeated streak come to an end.

Philadelphia has played better on both sides of the football, but it’s not showing on the scoreboard, as the team trails the Colts 10-3 at the end of the first half.

Indianapolis got off to a strong start with a ten-play, 75-yard drive that lasted almost six minutes and ended with a Jonathan Taylor touchdown.

With the second half set to start, here are takeaways and observations from the first half.

Eagles-Colts: Who has the edge at each position on offense?

Looking at who has the positional edge in the Week 11 matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts

The Eagles and Colts are just moments from an exciting Week 11 matchup, and we’re looking at who has the position at each position on offense.

At quarterback, Jalen Hurts will look to get Philadelphia’s offense back to running at an efficient pace, with A.J. Brown the main focal point with Dallas Goedert out.

Both teams have explosive players at running back, with Jonathan Taylor (IND) and Miles Sanders (PHI) among the league leaders in rushing yards.

With kickoff minutes away, we’re looking at who has the edge at each position.

Eagles-Colts inactives for Week 11

The Philadelphia Eagles released their list of inactives for their Week 11 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts; Both Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh will play

The Eagles released their list of inactives for Sunday’s matchup against the Colts, and their two newest defensive tackles will play.

Philadelphia deactivated five players for Sunday, with Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh expected to see their share of snaps.

After giving up 150 yards on the ground in back-to-back weeks, the Eagles added veteran reinforcements to help offset the loss of Jordan Davis.

3 causes for concern as the Eagles and Colts meet in Week 11

The Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts are set for a Sunday afternoon matchup, and we’ve highlighted three causes for concern

The Eagles are in the midwest again; this time, Philadelphia traveled to Indianapolis to face the rejuvenated Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Birds will look to rebound from a disastrous Monday night performance against the Commanders that saw an eight-game winning streak snapped.

Philadelphia wants to keep control of the No. 1 seed in the NFC, and they’ll be watching an exciting matchup between the Cowboys and Vikings.

With kickoff fast approaching, here are three causes for concern.