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2015 Schedule
4-7, 3rd in NFC East
Stafford, Megatron, Burton pick up game balls in blowout (1:26)
Mark Sanchez: 'It hurts, and it should hurt' (0:21)
Jason Peters: 'All-time worse' loss as an Eagle (0:18)
Stafford, Johnson lead Lions' rout of Eagles (1:14)
Chip Kelly: This loss is very disappointing (0:25)
Megatron carving up the Eagles with third TD (0:22)

Michael Collins Golf 

Chip Kelly looks like he's thinking, "I'm probably not gonna get that call from LSU after these last two weeks."

Megatron's TD catch extends Thanksgiving record (0:19)

Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer 

LIONS 24, EAGLES 7 (halftime): The Eagles defense, exposed last week by Tampa Bay, can't stop Matthew Stafford and the Lions. Stafford threw three touchdown passes in the first half to give Eagles control of this game.


Quarterbacks showing up on Thanksgiving

Midway through the second quarter: Lions up 14-7:

  • Eagles' Mark Sanchez: 8-for-10, 106 yards, TD
  • Lions' Matthew Stafford: 10-for-14, 100 yards, 2 TD

Eagles tie the game at 7

Mark Sanchez's short pass was collected by Brent Celek for a 2-yard touchdown that tied the game vs. Detroit early in the second quarter. It was Celek's third receiving TD this season, tied with Josh Huff for most on the Eagles. Follow live

Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer 

Left tackle Jason Peters started the game but left during the Eagles' first drive with an ankle injury. Lane Johnson moved over from RT and was replaced by Dennis Kelly. Johnson was called for a costly face mask penalty on the drive.

Eagles can't capitalize on field goal

Caleb Sturgis banged it off the uprights from 50 yards out as the Eagles attempted to put the first points on the board against the Lions. Sturgis is now 13-for-17 on field goals this season. It remains scoreless in the first quarter. Follow live

AP Photo/Matt Rourke

Eagles at Lions, 12:30 p.m.

At 4-6, the dysfunctional Eagles are still in the NFC East race, while at 3-7 the dysfunctional Lions are pretty well done. Eagles (-1.5) are slight favorites in the Turkey Day opener. Follow live

Eagles will miss Mathews, Ertz

RB Ryan Mathews and TE Zach Ertz are both inactive today, and Philadelphia will miss their presence. The Eagles average 6.0 yards per play and 4.9 yards per rush with a 62 Total QBR with both Ertz and Mathews on the field this season. They average 5.2 yards per play and 3.9 yards per rush with a 29 QBR with either one off the field.

Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer 

EAGLES INACTIVES: QB Sam Bradford, RB Ryan Mathews, WR Jonathan Krause, CB Denzel Rice, OL Tanner Hawkinson, RE Zach Ertz, DE Brandon Bair. Mark Sanchez starts at QB, Jason Kelce at center.

Sal Pal: Eagles are desperate heading into Lions matchup (2:18)
Eagles looking to focus on division, not distractions (1:15)

Team Stats

Passing Yards255.814th
Rushing Yards119.211th
Points For22.915th
Points Against22.917th

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