The surprise official counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ Week 6 win over the Dallas Cowboys in! Let’s take a look and do some analysis.
- Isaac Seumalo, Jason Kelce and Jordan Mailata all managed to avoid missing shots after being limited in practice before the match.
- Dallas Goedert almost played the entire game. He saw five goals but was only shot twice for 22 yards. Failed to receive a directed pass; The change of course proved annoying to him.
- Landon Dickerson missed some shots of the Eagles’ recent landing flight which she put on property. Sua Opeta came during his short absence. Dickerson has played 100% of the picks in just three of his six games this season.
- DeVonta Smith led all of the Eagles wide receivers in playtime, as they usually do, but ranked second in goals with five. He caught all five of them for just 44 yards (average 8.8). But two of the moments that were caught were in the first touchdown while the last recorded touchdowns. High-powered receptions. Four of his goals came in the first half while his only goal in the second half was the birds’ final touchdown. It was good to grab a heater from Hurts.
- After scoring an inexplicably low season in playtime last week, AJ Brown is back to his usual workload in this game. He led all passes in goals with eight. Grab five of them for 67 yards and a touchdown.
- Miles Sanders put in a solid game as the obvious RB1.
- Quiz Watkins had two stops for 69 yards in the second week. Since then, he’s had four catches for 19 yards.
- Lynne Johnson had a concussion late in the second quarter. The Eagles certainly felt his absence. They will hope to get it back after the seventh week farewell. Decent chance that he’ll clear the concussion protocol by then.
- Jack Driscoll did a decent job filling in the right intervention. It’s been a precious piece of depth for the Eagles this season.
- Jack Stoll got four catches for 22 yards when he was a rookie last year. With 21 yards of catch and a run on Sunday night, he’s already two 25-yard grabs so far this season. It’s good to see him being rewarded with a few opportunistic passes after spending most of his time doing the dirty work as a blocker.
- Zach Pascal saw the fewest hits of the season for the second week in a row. He hasn’t been targeted since Jalen Hurts forced a pass to him in Week 4 which was notified and picked up.
- Grant Calcaterra hasn’t seen a goal since his 40-yard reception against Washington in Week 3.
- Marcus Epps is the only Eagles player who hasn’t missed a single defensive shot this year. James Bradbury approaches from behind with a loss twice.
- TJ Edwards is recovering after a tough game in Arizona. The Eagles led in a total of 14 interventions.
- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson missed some playing time after entering the tunnel with a seemingly excruciating hand injury. He was able to go back and do a diving catch for his second game interception. CJGJ is bound to be this week’s NFC Defensive Player of the Week, extending Philly’s Player of the Week to six.
- Avonte Maddox does not appear to be limited in his first game after injury.
- The Eagles failed to fire Cooper Rush and only beat him four times. Two of the hits came from Haason Reddick.
- With one sack and three quarterbacks in six games, it was a quiet season for Javon Hargrave. Including playoffs, he has only 3.5 sacks in his last 18 games. Hargrave had a huge pass deviation on Sunday night. And we know he can get hot. Maybe he has a line in him that hasn’t come yet.
- It would be great to see Jordan Davis not limit himself to just the five-man fronts.
- K’Von Wallace came to play when CJGJ came out. The Cowboys immediately identified it as a weakness. Wallace isn’t an inspiring choice as a backup behind CJGJ and Marcus Epps. The Eagles should really give Red Blankenship a chance. The UDFA Newbie looked really good this summer. Much more promising than Wallace actually seemed. And Blankenship might be better on private teams, too.
- Patrick Johnson had a role after missing last week due to a concussion.
- Nakobi Dean has not seen a defensive strike since the first week. It contained the return of KaVontae Turpin’s long kick.
- Andre Chacher cannot be temporarily promoted from the coaching squad again without going through the assignment process.
- With Maddox back, Josiah Scott returned to playing on special teams only.
- Andre Dillard made his regular season debut, playing for four special teams. By not showing up for the injured Johnson, the Eagles ensured he’s back up in left-handed intervention only.
Inactive: Josh Joby, Ian Bock, Trey Sermon, Josh Sales, Taron Jackson, Reed Blankenship
Energetic: Gardner Menchu
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