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2015 Schedule
1-3, 4th in NFC East
Garcon, Bradford earn game balls (2:30)
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Bradford finds his deep ball

Despite losing to the Redskins, the Eagles saw a glimmer of hope in Week 4. Sam Bradford was finally able to stretch the field, completing touchdown passes of 62 and 39 yards. Week 4 game balls


Murray's touches significantly down

DeMarco Murray has 40 touches in three games, just over 13 per game. That's less than half what he averaged last season when his 28 offensive touches per game were nearly five more than any other player.

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Murray: Eagles not giving me the ball enough

After Sunday's 23-20 loss to Washington dropped the Eagles to 1-3, running back DeMarco Murray was asked if he's getting the ball enough, to which he replied, "I don't think I am."


D. Murray: Not getting enough touches

Eagles RB DeMarco Murray has 29 carries for 47 yards after four games, and the 2014 rushing champ isn't satisfied with his involvement in the offense to this point. When asked if he's getting enough touches, Murray said, "No, I'm not, I don't think I am."

Garcon's last-minute TD wins game for Redskins (1:03)
Loss leaves Eagles' with big question marks (2:43)
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Photos: Redskins vs. Eagles

The Washington Redskins take on Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4 NFL action.

Why can't Eagles running game work? (0:39)

Not all bad for Birds

The Eagles started 1-3 in 2013 and made the playoffs. Last season they started 3-1 and missed playoffs. All is going according to plan for Philadelphia.

Garcon catches go-ahead TD (0:21)
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Rough and tumble NFC East tussle

Chris Culliver's tackle of Nelson Agholor depicts the physical divisional battle between Washington and Philadelphia. See all of Sunday's best images. Week 4 gallery


Bradford's 3rd TD puts Eagles on top

Sam Bradford has his seventh career game with 3 touchdown passes -- the first since Week 6 of 2013 -- after he connected with Miles Austin on a 39-yard score. The Eagles lead the Redskins 20-16 early in the fourth quarter. Follow live


All even in Eagles-Redskins

After going into halftime down 13-0, Sam Bradford has the Philadelphia offense going and has thrown two 3rd quarter touchdowns and the game is tied at 13. Follow live


Redskins take 13-0 lead into locker room

The Washington defense held Philadelphia under 100 yards in the first half and the Redskins had possession for 21:47. Follow live

Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington 13, Eagles 0: This one started out bad for the Eagles and got worse. They gained just 25 yards of offense as they fell behind 13-0. Nelson Agholor, one-handed, 45-yard catch gave them a spark, but Agholor fumbled the ball away on an ill-advised gadget play. Caleb Sturgis missed a 33-yard FG try to end the half. Four Eagles, including Jason Peters and Byron Maxwell, left with injuries.

From very good to very bad for Agholor

Eagles WR Nelson Agholor made a great one-handed catch for a 45-yard gain, but the celebration didn't last long as on the very next play he fumbled on an end-around. Washington has a 13-0 lead over Philadelphia. Follow live

DeMarco Murray breaks off 31 yard run

The Eagles RB shattered his longest rush with Philadelphia of 9 yards in the opener with a 31 yard gain in his first carry of the game against the Redskins. The Eagles are down 6-0 and the end of the 1st quarter. Follow live

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Eagles (1-2) at Redskins (1-2), 1 p.m. ET

The Redskins are 2-11 in division play since the start of 2013, tied for worst in the NFL (Buccaneers). Meanwhile, the Eagles enter with a 5-1 record in division road games under Chip Kelly (only loss vs. Redskins). DeMarco Murray (hamstring) will play. Follow live


Eagles now division favorites?

After picking up a game on the Cowboys in Week 3, the Eagles are now clear favorites to win the NFC East, according to ESPN's Football Power Index. Dallas is still close, but New York and Washington look like long shots.


DeMarco Murray active for Eagles

After missing last week's game with a hamstring injury, Eagles RB DeMarco Murray is active for today's game against Washington. Murray has rushed for just 11 yards on 21 carries this season.

Team Stats

Passing Yards221.023rd
Rushing Yards64.330th
Points For19.3Tied-21st
Points Against21.011th

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