Eagles vs Lions – Game Summary – September 11, 2022

Detroit – – Galen Hurts He performed plays with his legs, right arm, and head.

Hurts Represents 333 yards, touchdowns and AJ Brown He picked up a career-high 155 yards on his Philadelphia debut, helping the Eagles Wait to win 38-35 The Detroit Lions Sunday.

Hurts ran 17 times, short of his career, for 90 yards and a 1-yard touchdown. The third-year quarterback was 18 of 32 for 243 yards, including a perfectly placed 54-yard pass to Browns that put Philadelphia ahead 24-14 in the first half.

Equally important, Hurts threw several passes to avoid sacks.

He said, “We’ve had a lot of broken plays, a lot of eliminations. As a midfielder, that’s the best showing sometimes.”

The Eagles scored 24 points in the second quarter, and their lead was 17 points in the fourth, which was reduced to three points when Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass 22 yards to DJ Share With 3:51 left.

Miles SandersHe ran 24 yards third and second from the 27 Eagles two minutes before a warning calmed a raucous crowd.

“That was big,” Brown said. “We needed that to get the life out of the building.”

Philadelphia clinched the win over offside Hurts who turned 4th and 1st of the Detroit 40 with 50 seconds left.

Sanders finished at 96 yards and was one of only three Philadelphia players to score.

The Lions started strong, opening the game with nine games, 75 yards, and forcing Philadelphia to turn it over.

However, the pains proved too difficult to stop on the ground and in the air.

He had a 50-yard rush in the first quarter, the highest total by a Philadelphia quarterback since Michael Vick ran two extra yards in the first quarter of a 2013 game against the New York Giants.

“He’s very clever,” said the rookie Lions midfielder Malcolm Rodriguez, the former Oklahoma State star who faced Hurts in Oklahoma. “Obviously he’s progressed in the league.”

When Hurts threw, Brown was clearly his receiver of choice with 10 receptions on 13 goals. No one else on the team had more than four goals, or three goals.

Brown made a quick return on a team investment with the most yards a player got on his Philadelphia debut. The Eagles traded the 18th pick and third-round option with Tennessee for Brown and signed him to a four-year contract worth at least $57 million.

Goff was 21 of 37 for 215 yards with two touchdowns and an intercept James Bradbury He returned 27 yards for a score that put the Eagles ahead 21-7 in the second quarter.

Gauff said, “We could have scored 50 points there. We missed some hard hits and missed some open receivers. This is a really good team, give them credit, but we shot ourselves all day.”

Detroit Dandrey Swiftof Philadelphia, had a 144-yard sprint and touchdown on 15 buggies.

Coach Dan Campbell said: “I’m glad we fought back and I told the players we didn’t play well and only lost by three, which is positive. But we can’t accept that and be happy to lose by three. We have a lot to clean up.”


Lions defensive back Tracy Walker was sent off for hitting in a struggle with the Eagles after Hurts hit near his head while going to the grass late in the third quarter. When Walker Hirts hit over the shoulders after falling on Detroit ground, the Philadelphia players came into the quarterback defense. Walker responded with a pass in the tight end of Dallas Guedert’s helmet and that ended his match.

“I let my team fall,” Walker said. “I, as team captain, have to be better. I was excited at this moment.”

instant effect

Brown wasn’t the only player to do well on his debut for the Eagles. Bradbury, who signed in May, picked a pass that the full-back turned away Keizer Whitewhich took place in April.

“It was great to see the new Eagles doing this,” said coach Nick Siriani. “That’s why we brought them here.”

brotherly love

Pick up a Detroit Amon-Ra St. Brown’s 4-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. At about the same time on Sunday afternoon, his brother, Equanimeous, made a touchdown to help Chicago beat San Francisco.


Eagles: DE Derek Barnett He walked off the field in the third quarter and was evaluated in a tent behind the sideline.

Black: DT Levi Anuzuriki (Back) He went into an injured reserve position, hurting depth where the team can’t afford to lose their players.

next one

Eagles: Host Minnesota on Monday, September 19.

Lions: Washington hosts on Sunday.


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