Is panic time in Philly? Eagles questioning everything after third straight loss

The Eagles, with a record of 10-4, experienced their third consecutive loss due to two fourth-quarter interceptions by Jalen Hurts. The game concluded with a decisive touchdown pass from Drew Lock to Jaxon Smith-Njigba, securing the win with just 28 seconds remaining on the clock.

Discover The Unfolding Events Of Tonight’s Game:

First Quarter:

TOUCHDOWN! Jalen Hurts has equaled the franchise record for the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a single season, matching the record he established in the previous season. Executing a flawless quarterback draw play, Hurts scrambled to his left, covering 3 yards for a score on third-and-goal. Crucial third-down connections with Dallas Goedert and A.J. Brown sustained the 15-play, 8:29 drive. Jake Elliott successfully converted the extra point! (Eagles 7 – Seahawks 0)

The Eagles’ defense compelled a punt to conclude the first half, marking the second punt by the Seahawks in the game. A false start penalty occurred on third-and-1 at the Seattle 48-yard line, causing the home team to move backward. Subsequently, Drew Lock threw an incomplete pass on the right sideline.

Second Quarter:

FIELD GOAL! Elliott successfully kicked a 27-yard field goal, expanding the lead. However, a false start penalty was called on Jason Kelce during third-and-1 from the Seattle 3-yard line, resulting in the Eagles being pushed back. Despite multiple impressive runs by D’Andre Swift during the drive, he was halted at the line of scrimmage on third-and-6. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 0)

The Seahawks secured points with a 26-yard field goal from Jason Myers. An impactful stop on third-and-6 by Reed Blankenship allowed the Eagles’ defense to exit the field. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 3)

Third Quarter:

The Seahawks dominated the Eagles’ defense, showcasing a commanding ground game on their way to an opening-drive touchdown. Kenneth Walker sealed the drive with a 23-yard rushing touchdown. Walker amassed a total of 54 yards, playing a pivotal role in the Seahawks’ effort to level the game. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 10)

TOUCHDOWN! Once again, QB1 delivered! Hurts established a new franchise record for the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a single season (14). Following an impressive run by Swift on first-and-goal, Hurts forcefully crossed the goal line using the Brotherly Shove technique. With this touchdown, Hurts equaled Cam Newton’s NFL single-season quarterback rushing touchdown record (14 in 2011). The Eagles’ offense provided a stellar response, supported by crucial third-down receptions from Brown and DeVonta Smith. (Eagles 17 – Seahawks 10)

SACK! The experienced duo collaborated for the initial Eagles sack of the match! Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox teamed up to bring down Lock on third down, compelling a punt. In a subsequent assessment during the game, Cox was credited with an individual sack by the scorekeepers.

Fourth Quarter:

SACK! Jalen Carter burst through the gap, tackling Lock for a loss of 7 yards on third down! Initially ruled as an incomplete pass, a review revealed that Lock’s knee was down before he released the ball from his right hand.

The Seahawks had to opt for a field goal after Carter’s sack. Myers successfully connected for the second time in the game, making a 43-yard kick. (Eagles 17 – Seahawks 13)

Following two substantial completions, Hurts registered his 11th interception of the season. While targeting Quez Watkins downfield, the quarterback’s pass was intercepted by Julian Love, who managed to take it away from the intended receiver. The Seahawks gained possession at their own 20-yard line.

The defense compelled a three-and-out after the interception. On third-and-5, Eli Ricks disrupted Lock, forcing an incomplete pass.

With only 28 seconds remaining in the game, Lock connected with Jaxon Smith-Njigba for a 29-yard touchdown. The Seahawks orchestrated a 92-yard drive in just 1 minute and 24 seconds to seize the lead. (Seahawks 20 – Eagles 17)

To conclude the game, Hurts threw an interception. Love intercepted the pass from Brown, securing the comeback win for the home team.

Leaders of the Game:


PHI QB Jalen Hurts: 17/31, 143 yards, 2 INT

SEA QB Drew Lock: 22/33, 208 yards, 1 TD


PHI QB Jalen Hurts: 13 carries, 82 yards, 2 TD

SEA RB Kenneth Walker: 19 carries, 86 yards, 1 TD


PHI WR A.J. Brown: 5 rec., 56 yards

SEA WR DK Metcalf: 5 rec., 78 yards


PHI LB Nicholas Morrow: 8 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PD

PHI DT Fletcher Cox: 1 tackle, 1 sack

PHI DT Jalen Carter: 1 tackle, 1 sack

SEA LB Bobby Wagner: 11 tackles

SEA S Julian Love: 8 tackles, 2 INT, 2 PD

SEA DE Leonard Williams: 5 tackles, 2 TFL


PHI K Jake Elliott: 1/1 FG, 2/2 PAT, 5 points

SEA K Jason Myers: 2/2 FG, 2/2 PAT, 8 points

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