Here are some of the most exciting moments from the Eagles’ 10-0 start to the season, which includes their thrilling victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Eagles coming back from an 0-7 deficit to beat the Miami Dolphins.1.
Week 1, Sunday, Nov. 13: The Eagles lead 16-3 heading into the first quarter.
Two Eagles score on fourth down in the first half, including a 42-yard touchdown run by DeSean Jackson, giving Philadelphia a 17-10 lead.
The defense responds with a 35-yard field goal by DeMarco Murray, putting Philadelphia up 30-0.
The Eagles go on to score the next three touchdowns, and the defense holds the Dolphins scoreless on their first drive.
The third quarter is all Eagles.
The offense makes a 21-yard pass to WR Michael Floyd on third-and-2.
The pass is intercepted by Dion Lewis, who returns the interception for a touchdown.
The defensive end for the Dolphins is not named in the play.
The ball is returned for a TD by Jordan Matthews.2.
Week 5, Sunday in Jacksonville: The Dolphins score on a 3-yard TD run by WR Marqise Lee.
The Eagles come back from a 17 point deficit to win, 27-10.
The third quarter starts with the Eagles in the red zone, facing the fourth-ranked run defense in the NFL.
A 3-and.out comes and goes with 1:36 left.
The Dolphins offense has four runs for no gain or a touchdown, and is stuffed for a loss.
The lead is down to 14-10 at the time of the field goal.
The Dolphins are led by a dominant running game by Kenyan Drake, who has gained 539 yards on 132 carries (6.6 average per carry).
Jordan Matthews has rushed for a career-high 181 yards, including four touchdowns.3.
Week 6, Sunday at Cincinnati: The Bengals score on the first play of the first drive, but the Eagles get back to their scoring ways, scoring a touchdown on a 21 and 6-yard run by RB Jay Ajayi, giving Philly a 16-10 halftime lead.
After a pair of drives of 14 yards or less, the Eagles score the last two points of the half, on a 6-play, 69-yard drive that includes a 12-yard rush by Ajayis, a 3 and 1 at the Cincinnati 38-yard line.
The next drive of the game is a 13-play drive that ends with a TD pass to Jordan Matthews, which puts Philly up 24-7 at the half.
The Bengals are led mostly by RB LeSean McCoy, who is averaging a career high 9.3 yards per carry.
He leads the NFL in rushing with 1,095 yards on 539 carries (4.5 average per rush).4.
Week 9, Sunday against Miami: The first Eagles drive of 3 yards or more comes and went, but an Eagles punt is intercepted, allowing Miami to score on their next drive.
Three plays later, the Bengals go on a 17 play, 90-yard, touchdown drive that has RB Jay Gruden throwing for a game-high 158 yards, and a touchdown by WR Mike Wallace, who leads the league in receptions with 26.5.
The final drive of a 23-13 game, and Eagles lead 20-7, is an eight-play touchdown drive by the Dolphins that ends in a 3 yard field goal for Miami.
The first half is over.
The second half is in overtime.5, 6.
Week 12, Sunday vs. Baltimore: The Philadelphia defense has held Miami to just 2 points in the second quarter.
The only time Miami scores in the game was a 24-yard penalty by the Eagles for a personal foul that was called on Eagles safety Rodney McLeod, who was penalized for taking a knee.
The Miami offense also scores a touchdown in the quarter, including the first touchdown pass of the night by WR Terrance Williams to WR Riley Cooper.
The Chargers lead 28-10 by halftime.
The teams play a tie game.
The next drive is a 9-play pass to Tyler Lockett, who finishes with 80 yards and two touchdowns.
The team scores on the next drive on a 4-yard FG pass to Jakeem Grant, but Philadelphia has not scored since the game started.
The following drive, the Chargers score on three consecutive possessions.
The Chargers lead 35-24 with 5:56 remaining, but a turnover by TE Evan Engram leaves the team with just 3:13 remaining.
The play is stopped on downs.
Engram is ruled down on a 1-yard catch by WR Michael Crabtree.
The NFL later announced that Crabtree was flagged for holding.6.
Week 13, Sunday versus New Orleans: The Saints defense allows the Eagles to score twice in the final 2:05, but their offense scores a TD.
The fourth quarter begins with the Saints scoring on a 10-play