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Eagles' Jake Elliott: Missed kick is difference in loss
Elliott made his lone field-goal attempt in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys but connected on just two of three extra points.
Elliott's first scoring attempt of the game came after Alshon Jeffery's third-quarter touchdown, but the Memphis product pushed it right. He would tie the game at nine early in the fourth, but perhaps the contest would not have gone to overtime if not for the missed kick earlier. Elliott has had to battle both his offense's inconsistency as well as his own this season. He'll look to put it past him on the road Week 15 against the Rams.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Makes one grab in loss
Matthews caught his lone target for six yards in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys.
Matthews played just 11 snaps in this one and now has failed to surpass 14 in three of the last four weeks. He has just two catches for ten yards over his last three games although one was for a touchdown, and this week's was also a red-zone target. To play him on the road Week 15 against the Rams is to hope for another score and little more.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Golden Tate: Almost absent from box score
Tate caught one of three targets for seven yards in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys.
Taking Tate away seemed to be part of Dallas' gameplan, as there was a Cowboy draped over him almost every single time he ran a route. However, he also saw 16 fewer snaps than in any of his previous three contests and saw just one target prior to the fourth quarter. Nelson Agholor, who initially enjoyed just a slight edge in playing time in the first weeks since Tate was acquired, has now out-snapped the 30-year-old by 29 in each of the last two games. Fantasy owners will have to hope Tate sees the field more Week 15 on the road against the Rams.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Nelson Agholor: Hauls in 42-yard bomb in loss
Agholor caught two of three targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys.
On the first play after the two-minute warning, Agholor set up the game-tying touchdown with a spectacular play to tap his heels as he fell backward out of bounds on a fourth-quarter deep ball from Carson Wentz. The USC product's only other catch coincidentally came on the first Eagles' play after the warning in the first half, but that makes two games of at least 49 yards following two games of one catch and 12 yards combined. It is that inconsistency that means Agholor is very difficult to trust with one's playoff fate in fantasy, although facing the Rams' secondary in Week 15 should not prove as tough a test as the Cowboys.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Wendell Smallwood: Plays four snaps in loss
Smallwood rushed once for three yards in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys.
Smallwood relieved Corey Clement after the latter was forced to depart with a knee injury. Each back played just four snaps, so even if Clement misses Week 15's road matchup with the Rams, Smallwood's not looking at a huge increase in playing time. His greatest value is likely as a deep-league insurance policy to Josh Adams or the 35-year-old Darren Sproles.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Corey Graham: 10-tackle day
Graham recorded 10 tackles (six solo), an interception and a pass defensed across 99 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
The veteran reached a double-digit tackle count for the first time this season. It was also his first interception of the year, picking off Dak Prescott and returning it to the Cowboys 2-yard line where the Eagles would score on the next play.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Nigel Bradham: Flying around the field
Bradham recorded 14 tackles (seven solo) across 99 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Bradham burst onto the scene Sunday, matching his single-game high for tackles previously set in 2016. He now has 80 tackles and two sacks on the season and continues to see the most reps in the Eagles' linebacking corps.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Boston Scott: Set to join Eagles' 53-man roster
Scott is expected to join the Eagles' active roster, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The news comes on the heels of Corey Clement's knee injury. Scott will likely make his presence felt on special teams, but there's a small chance he can squeeze in work with the offense as the season winds to a close.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Darren Sproles: Scores in second straight
Sproles rushed once for two yards and caught all three of his targets for 34 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys.
Sproles caught a ball in the right flat and barreled through two defenders to get in the end zone and tie the game with 1:22 remaining. In just his second game back after missing 11 weeks with a hamstring injury, the 35-year-old saw 22 snaps, more than twice what he got the week prior. With Corey Clement almost certain to miss time with what is likely a sprained knee, Sproles' role may expand even further Week 15 on the road against the Rams.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Avonte Maddox: Hoping to play Week 15
Maddox (ankle/knee) could play in Sunday's Week 15 matchup with the Rams, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Maddox has missed Philadelphia's last three games and hasn't practiced since suffering his Week 11. However, coach Doug Pederson expressed hope that the rookie would be able to return in Week 15. He should be considered questionable for Sunday's game for the time being.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Draws five targets, reaches paydirt
Goedert corralled four of five targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 29-23 overtime loss to the Cowboys.
With the Dallas defense successfully keying in on top tight end Zach Ertz (five catches for 38 yards on eight targets), Goedert took on a more meaningful role in the passing attack. Goedert cashed in late in the fourth quarter with a three-yard touchdown reception -- his first since Week 8 -- and nearly added another score to his ledger later in the period. After Dallas answered Goedert's touchdown with a 75-yard catch and run from Amari Cooper, the rookie appeared to tie up the game when he responded with a 75-yard score of his own with around three minutes remaining. Unfortunately, Goedert was called for pass interference on a dubious push off against Dallas safety Jeff Heath, negating the big gain. Though the penalty robbed him of a monstrous outing, Goedert's solid showing has his stock trending up for the final three weeks of the regular season.... See More ... See Less
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