NFC EAGLES VS SEAHAWKS HIGHLIGHTS

NFC EAGLES VS SEAHAWKS HIGHLIGHTS

RECAP

NFC EAGLES VS SEAHAWKS HIGHLIGHTS

Game Recap: Seahawks 20, Eagles 17

The Eagles drop their third straight game after two fourth quarter interceptions by Jalen Hurts and a game-winning touchdown pass from Drew Lock to Jackson Smith- Njigba with 28 seconds left in the game.

Find out how tonight’s game unfolded:

First Quarter

TOUCHDOWN! Jalen Hurts ties a franchise record for most rushing touchdowns (13) by a quarterback, a record he set last season. The quarterback draw play worked to perfection as Hurts scrambled to his left for a three-yard score on third-and-goal. Big third-down completions to Dallas Goedert and A.J. Brown kept the 15-play, 8:29 drive alive. Jake Elliott converts the extra point! (Eagles 7 – Seahawks 0)

The Eagles defense forces a punt to end the half, the second Seahawks punt of the game. A false start penalty on third-and-1 at the Seattle 48-yard line pushes the hosts back. Drew Lock then throws an incompletion on the right sideline.

Second Quarter

Second Quarter

FIELD GOAL! Elliott connects on a 27- yard field goal to extend the lead. A false start on Jason Kelce on third-and-1 from the Seattle three-yard line pushed the Eagles back. On third-and-6, D’Andre Swift, who had multiple strong runs on the drive, was stopped at the line of scrimmage. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 0)

The Seahawks get on the board with a 26-yard field goal by Jason Myers. A big stop on third-and-6 by Reed Blankenship got the Eagles defense off the field. (Eagles 10- Seahawks 3)

NFC EAGLES VS SEAHAWKS HIGHLIGHTS

Third Quarter

Third Quarter

The Seahawks run all over the Eagles defense as they march down the field for an opening-drive touchdown. Kenneth Walker caps off the drive with a 23-yard rushing score. Walker had 54 total yards, helping the Seahawks tie the game. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 10)

TOUCHDOWN! QB1 does it again! Hurts sets a franchise record for most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a season (14). After a big run by Swift on first-and-goal, Hurts powers his way across the goal line on the Brotherly Shove. With that touchdown, Hurts ties Cam Newton’s NFL single-season quarterback rushing touchdown record (14 in 2011). A great answer from the Eagles offense was aided by big third-down catches from Brown and Devonta Smith. (Eagles 17 – Seahawks 10)

Fourth Quarter

Fourth Quarter

SACK! Jalen Carter flies through the gap and takes down Lock for a loss of seven yards on third down! The original call was an incomplete pass but after review Lock’s knee was down before he got the ball out of his right hand.

The Seahawks are forced to settle for a field goal following Carter’s sack. Myers connects for the second time tonight, this kick from 43 yards out. (Eagles 17 – Seahawks 13)

After two big completions, Hurts throws his 11th interception of the season. The quarterback was targeting Quez Watkins down field but Julian Love was there to take it away from the receiver. The Seahawks will take over at their own 20- yard line.

The Defense forces a three-and-out following the interception. Eli Ricks forces an incomplete pass from Lock on third- and-five.

With 28 seconds left in the game, Lock finds Jackson Smith-Njigba for a 29-yard touchdown. (Seahawks 20 – Eagles 17)

Hurts throws an interception to end the game. Love takes it away from Brown to seal the comeback win for the home team.

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