Main menu


Week 3: Eagles standings after dominating manager

LANDOVER, Md. — The Eagles dominate the Commanders, occupy the stadium, and enter Week 4 with a perfect 3-0 record.

The Eagles won Sunday afternoon at FedExField, 24-8, but it wasn’t nearly as close.

Here are the results for each position:


Jalen Hurts: 22/35, 340 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INT

The most notable part of Hearts’ performance on Sunday afternoon was that he didn’t move his legs much. He finished with nine rushing attempts for just 20 yards. Still with that ability, Hearts won this game with his arm.He missed a few throws here and there but another very strong performance from QB1.His 123.5 passer The rating was the second highest of his career.

Class A

run back

Miles Sanders: 15 carries for 46 yards

The Eagles didn’t do too well in the running offense against their commanders, but they didn’t really need it. Sanders averaged just 3.1 yards per carry, Kenny Gainwell went 6-for-3, Boston Scott It was 2-0.

Grade: B-


Devonta Smith: 8 catches on 12 targets for 169 yards, 1 TD

Remember how some people were worried about Devonta Smith after he failed to catch in Week 1? Smith is still really good and showed it on Sunday with an incredible acrobatic catch. Overall, this receiving force is dynamic. Smith had a monster game on Sunday, but AJ Brown still scored her 85 yards and her 1 touchdown on her 5 catches. Kez Watkins had no catches but drew some big DPI and Zach Pascal added 3 catches for 18 yards he had.

Grade: A+

tight end

Dallas Goudart: 3 catches on 4 targets for 26 yards, 1 TD

The numbers weren’t much for Gedart, but he was the man on a mission to make the Eagles 10-0 with a 23-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. When Goedert missed time, he was replaced by TE. Jack Stoll showed his ability as a blocker as he recorded 4 yards on his 1 catch. And rookie Grant Calcatera got his first ever catch in the NFL. It went 40 yards.

Class A

offensive line

The Eagles’ OL was able to keep Hearts pretty clean in this game, throwing 340 yards. But they weren’t as dominant in the run game, with the Eagles as a team averaging just 2.4 yards per carry.

Grade: B+

line of defense

Brandon Graham: 6 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 5 QB hits, 2 TFL, 1 PBU, 1 FF

The Eagles had nine sacks in the game, eight of them from the defensive line. As we’ve seen from this unit for quite some time, it dominated the performance.Graham and Fletcher Cox really turned the clock back. Cox had 1 and he had 1/2 sacks, 2 QB hits and 1 TFL. Josh Sweat and Haason Reddick put in 1 and 1/2 sacks respectively, and Javon Hargrave also he had 1 sack. The Eagles scored his 17th (!) QB hit on Carson Wentz.

Grade: A+


TJ Edwards: 10 tackles, 1 sack, 2 QB hits, 2 TFL

For the second game in a row, Edwards looked like a defensive star. Kyzir White also added nine tackles to give the team his lead, just behind Edwards. These guys were flying to the ball on Sunday.

Class A


Abonte Maddox: 5 tackles, 1 PBU

Wentz was able to throw for just 211 yards, much of it in garbage time. Tight cover from the back end gave the defensive line enough time to sack Wentz when he didn’t arrive immediately. Rush and secondary work go hand in hand, this he helped each other in one.

Class A

special team

Arryn Siposs: 6 punts for 277 yards (46.2), 4 in the 20, 2 touchbacks

Siposs had a decent day, but some of his punts rolled into the end zone for touchbacks. A terrifying moment in his return from Britaincovey muff his punt. The Eagles were lucky enough to retain ownership. Coby gave him 34 yards on five returns and Long gave him 12 yards. Devonta Smith scored his return on his NFL punt in the first and gained 12 yards. There are some things that need to be cleaned up in the special teams area.

Grade: B-


Record: 3-0

To be specific, I’d like to mention a few play calls I didn’t like in this game. But really it’s not even worth going into it. The Eagles planned well offensively and defensively to take the win. I also loved the moment when the Eagles got to the line to run the play after Smith’s close catch before Ron Rivera threw the red flag. At that moment they beat Rivera.

Class A

Subscribe to the Eagle Eye Podcast

Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify | Stitchers | Art 19 |