Redskins now need Adrian Peterson after 'slap in the face' scratch

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Philadelphia 76ers forward Mike Scott was involved in a wild brawl during a tailgate at the Redskins vs. Eagles game at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday afternoon. He re-signed with the Redskins on a two-year, $5.03 million deal this offseason. Anderson Sendejo played this pass just about as poorly as humanly possible, making the touchdown possible in the first place. The Eagles outscored the Redskins 25-0 in that span. "We have to put something together and squash it". "I just got up and it hurt more than it did the play before".

- All 20 of the combined touches for Sanders and Howard came on first or second down. However, the right knee is the one that gave Guice trouble when he was at LSU.

Luckily, the defensive line woke up and finally got some pressure on Keenum, leading to a quick 3-and-out.

Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis has now scored 63 touchdowns in his National Football League career, and it's safe to say few might have been more entertaining than the one he scored on Sunday. Jackson is the flawless compliment for this Eagles offense. The Eagles looked lost up Jackson roasted Josh Norman for his first touchdown.

In 2018, Peterson rushed for 1,042 yards and seven touchdowns. That is not the case.

Meanwhile, on offense, the running game struggled. "That's the most important thing".

"I think [Peterson] brings a lot to the game".

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"We're going to keep going after you", Sproles said via the team's website.

"I remember just doing a pass rush. and I was on the ground the next [moment]", Jackson said, according to The Inquirer.

12 of 13 - Wentz was 12 of 13 for 197 yards and three TDs on third down.

While Wentz is in some ways coloring outside the lines less, he still has a tremendous amount of freedom to call plays at the line of scrimmage. Wentz made multiple plays with his feet that led to significant third-down conversions.

Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery dives into the end zone to extend Philadelphia's lead in the fourth quarter.

During his Monday press conference at NovaCare Complex, Eagles coach Doug Pederson said the timeshare will be determined by the opportunities presented by the team's weekly opponents.

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