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Cox lights up Saints in Week 5
Let's talk impressive defense from Week 5. Insert Philadelphia's Fletcher Cox. The DT tallied three sacks, an additional tackle for loss and two forced fumbles. NFL Week 5 winners & losers (Grantland)
Eagles starting offensive tackles Jason Peters and Lane Johnson, on the injury report all week, played every snap against the Saints and played well.
Giants receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Rueben Randle both had MRIs on their injured hamstrings, and their status for next Monday's showdown with the Eagles is in question.
Updated Super Bowl 50 odds
There were some notable moves after Sunday's slate:
- Eagles: 40-1 to 25-1
- Ravens: 40-1 to 100-1
- Lions: 100-1 to 500-1
- Seahawks: 6-1 to 10-1 Full odds
Taking matters into his own hands
Three sacks and two forced fumbles, one of which he recovered himself. Yeah, we think Fletcher Cox deserves to keep one of his game balls. Who else was deserving?
The good teams are starting to break away from the bad as we watch Andy Dalton take a leap forward, the wheels come off in Detroit, and the conservative route costing the Titans a win.
A look at the Philadelphia Eagles players who were "up" and those who were "down" in Sunday's 39-17 win over the New Orleans Saints.
With his team needing a lift, Sam Bradford called his offense in for a pregame talk in the locker room's only available enclosed area -- the showers.
Bradford wins despite INTs
The Eagles quarterback threw two interceptions in a half for the sixth time in his career on Sunday against the Saints. Bradford had lost the previous five times he had done so but was able to pull out the victory.
The Eagles' 39-17 win over the Saints at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday looked very much like a meeting of two 1-3 football teams.
The Eagles ran 79 offensive plays, the kind of volume coach Chip Kelly likes, and left the field feeling better than they had since Thanksgiving.
The New Orleans Saints travel to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles for a Week 5 matchup.
Flip, flip, Flipadelphia
Josh Huff and the Eagles' offense broke out against the Saints on Sunday, soaring to 39 points. See all of Sunday's best images. Week 5 gallery
Final: Eagles 39, Saints 17
- PHI QB S. Bradford: 333 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT
- PHI RB D. Murray: 83 rush yds, TD; 37 rec yds
- NO QB D. Brees: 335 yds; 2 TD, INT, 2 fumbles
Sam Bradford overcame two red-zone interceptions and threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns, Fletcher Cox forced two fumbles on sacks and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New Orleans Saints 39-17
Murray finally getting his yards
DeMarco Murray entered the day with just 47 rushing yards. He's currently at 64 yards through three quarters, as the Eagles lead the Saints 26-10. Follow live
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Lincoln Financial Field - Mon 10/19