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Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Chip Kelly
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense8th119.2 (11th)255.8 (14th)
Defense25th128.5 (26th)245.9 (16th)

Last Game

Thu, November 26
Ford Field
Philadelphia Eagles
Detroit Lions

Game Leaders

Passing: M. Sanchez (19-27, 199)
Rushing: K. Barner (7-30)
Receiving: J. Matthews (3-60)

Passing: M. Stafford (27-38, 337)
Rushing: A. Abdullah (16-63)
Receiving: C. Johnson (8-93)


Mon Sep 14
L 26 - 24at ATL
Sun Sep 20
L 20 - 10DAL
Sun Sep 27
W 24 - 17at NYJ
Sun Oct 4
L 23 - 20at WAS
Sun Oct 11
W 39 - 17NO
Mon Oct 19
W 27 - 7NYG
Sun Oct 25
L 27 - 16at CAR
Sun Nov 8
W 33 - 27at DAL
Sun Nov 15
L 20 - 19MIA
Sun Nov 22
L 45 - 17TB
12:30 pm EST
L 45 - 14at DET
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 6
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 13
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1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 20
8:25 pm EST
Sat Dec 26
1:00 pm EST
Sun Jan 3
at NYG


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Eagles' Brent Celek: Records touchdown Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Brent Celek made two catches (on four targets) for 10 yards and a touchdown during Thursday's blowout loss in Detroit.

Celek was relatively quiet this season until Sam Bradford suffered a concussion and AC joint sprain in Week 10, which forced Mark Sanchez into action. Including Thursday's outing, Celek resumed his connection with Sanchez, racking up 13 catches (on 18 targets) for 223 yards and one touchdown over the past three games. With Bradford expected to return in Week 13 and Zach Ertz embroiled in the concussion protocol, the duo could be active in the Philadelphia Eagles ' next contest on Dec. 6 at New England. If that comes to pass, Celek would almost assuredly revert to the periphery of the passing attack.

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Eagles' Darren Sproles: Contained to 25 total yards
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Sproles was contained to two carries for four yards and four receptions (on six targets) for 21 yards during Thursday's defeat at Detroit.

With the Lions pouring it on as the first half unfolded, head coach Chip Kelly opted to use a pass-heavy approach, which would typically benefit a receiving back like Sproles. Indeed, Sproles was targeted a half dozen times, but his inability to break one quelled his production. If the offense continues to sputter in the last third of the season, he won't be worthy of consideration outside of deep PPR formats, though the likely return of Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion) in Week 13 could turn Sproles' fortunes.

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Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Reaches end zone Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jordan Matthews notched three catches (on five targets) for 60 yards and one touchdown during Thursday's loss at the hands of the Lions.

Without the garbage-time, 24-yard score, Matthews would have logged his third straight subpar performance. Mark Sanchez served as the starting quarterback during most of that span due to a hit taken in Week 10 by Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion), but the latter is nearing a return to health. If Bradford is cleared for the Philadelphia Eagles ' next game on Dec. 6 at New England, as expected, Matthews will look to turn around a disappointing campaign over the last five contests.

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Eagles' DeMarco Murray: Stymied Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Murray was stymied in Thursday's defeat at Detroit, managing 14 carries for 30 yards and going without a target.

The Eagles committed to the ground game for just one quarter, but cascading touchdown throws from Matthew Stafford forced Chip Kelly to turn to the pass in an attempt to keep pace. While Mark Sanchez put together an efficient, but unspectacular, performance (199 yards on 27 pass attempts), Murray wasn't on the receiving end of any of his throws. As a result, Murray was unable to augment his dismal rushing total for those in PPR formats.

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Eagles' Mark Sanchez: Tosses two touchdowns in crushing loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Mark Sanchez completed 19 of 27 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns during Thursday's crushing loss at Detroit.

Sanchez was under constant pressure from the Lions' resurgent pass rush, taking nine hits and getting sacked six times, yet he only committed one turnover, a fumble, on the Philadelphia Eagles ' first drive of the second half. Facing a deficit of 31-7 at that point, he continued to truck along and finished with a quarterback rating (116.1) that belied an uninspiring performance from the Chip Kelly-coached squad. Because Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion) is approaching a return to action, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network, Sanchez will likely serve in a reserve role in the Eagles' next tilt on Dec. 6 in New England.

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