Seahawks vs. Eagles, Comprehensive Recap

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The Eagles (10-4) faced their third consecutive loss, characterized by two interceptions by Jalen Hurts in the fourth quarter and a decisive touchdown pass from Drew Lock to Jaxon Smith-Njigba with only 28 seconds left in the game. Follow the developments in tonight’s match:

First Quarter

Jalen Hurts matched a franchise record for the most rushing touchdowns (13) by a quarterback in a single season, a record he established in the previous season. The quarterback executed a flawless draw play as Hurts navigated to his left for a 3-yard score on third-and-goal. Key third-down completions to Dallas Goedert and A.J. Brown sustained the 15-play, 8:29 drive. Jake Elliott successfully completed the extra point! (Eagles 7 – Seahawks 0)

The first half concluded with the Eagles’ defense forcing the Seahawks to punt for the second time in the game. A false start penalty on third-and-1 at the Seattle 48-yard line led to the hosts being moved back. Following this, Drew Lock threw an incomplete pass on the right sideline.

Second Quarter

FIELD GOAL! Elliott converted a 27-yard field goal, expanding the lead. A false start by Jason Kelce on third-and-1 from the Seattle 3-yard line led to the Eagles being pushed back. On third-and-6, despite several impactful runs by D’Andre Swift in the drive, he was stopped at the line of scrimmage. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 0) The Seahawks earned points with a 26-yard field goal courtesy of Jason Myers. A pivotal stop on third-and-6 by Reed Blankenship compelled the Eagles’ defense off the field. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 3)

Third Quarter

The Eagles’ defense grappled to contain the Seahawks as they advanced down the field, resulting in an opening-drive touchdown. Kenneth Walker concluded the drive with a 23-yard rushing touchdown, accumulating a total of 54 yards and helping the Seahawks even the score. (Eagles 10 – Seahawks 10)

TOUCHDOWN! QB1 replicated his prior success! Hurts established a franchise record for the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a single season (14). Following a substantial run by Swift on first-and-goal, Hurts forcefully crossed the goal line during the Brotherly Shove play.

With this touchdown, Hurts matched Cam Newton’s NFL record for single-season quarterback rushing touchdowns (14 in 2011). The Eagles’ offense delivered a robust response, assisted by crucial third-down receptions from Brown and DeVonta Smith. (Eagles 17 – Seahawks 10)

SACK! The experienced players collaborated to secure the first sack of the game for the Eagles! Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox sacked Lock on third down, resulting in a punt. In a subsequent evaluation, Cox was acknowledged with an individual sack later in the game.

Fourth Quarter

SACK! Jalen Carter swiftly penetrated the gap, tackling Lock for a 7-yard loss on third down! Initially ruled as an incomplete pass, a review affirmed that Lock’s knee was down before he released the ball from his right hand. The Seahawks were forced to settle for a field goal after Carter’s sack. Myers successfully converted for the second time tonight with a 43-yard kick. (Eagles 17 – Seahawks 13)

Despite two significant completions, Hurts threw his 11th interception of the season. While targeting Quez Watkins downfield, the quarterback had the pass intercepted by Julian Love. The Seahawks gained possession at their own 20-yard line. The defense executed a three-and-out following the interception, with Eli Ricks forcing an incomplete pass from Lock on third-and-5.

With only 28 seconds left in the game, Lock connected with Jaxon Smith-Njigba for a 29-yard touchdown. The Seahawks executed an impressive 92-yard drive in 1:24 to take the lead. (Seahawks 20 – Eagles 17) Hurts threw a game-ending interception. Love intercepted the pass intended for Brown, securing the comeback victory for the home team.

Top Performers


Jalen Hurts, the quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, completed 17 passes on 31 attempts, gaining 143 yards with 2 interceptions. Drew Lock, the quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, completed 22 passes on 33 attempts, accumulating 208 yards with 1 touchdown.

Running Game Highlights


Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Jalen Hurts: Executed 13 carries, amassing 82 yards with 2 touchdowns. Seattle Seahawks Running Back Kenneth Walker: Carried the ball 19 times, securing 86 yards with 1 touchdown.

Reception Performances

Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receiver A.J. Brown: Completed 5 receptions, totaling 56 yards. Seattle Seahawks Wide Receiver DK Metcalf: Achieved 5 receptions, amassing 78 yards.

Defensive Highlights

Philadelphia Eagles Linebacker Nicholas Morrow: Made valuable contributions with 8 tackles, 1 tackle for loss (TFL), and 1 pass defended (PD). Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Tackle Fletcher Cox: Recorded 1 tackle and secured 1 sack. Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Tackle Jalen Carter: Achieved 1 tackle and 1 sack.

Seattle Seahawks Linebacker Bobby Wagner: Made a significant impact on the game with 11 tackles. Seattle Seahawks Safety Julian Love: Demonstrated a robust defensive performance, accumulating 8 tackles, 2 interceptions (INT), and 2 passes defended (PD). Seattle Seahawks Defensive End Leonard Williams: Contributed with 5 tackles and 2 tackles for loss (TFL).

Special Teams Performance

Philadelphia Eagles Placekicker Jake Elliott: Effectively completed 1 field goal (FG) and converted 2 extra points (PAT), amassing a total of 5 points. Seattle Seahawks Placekicker Jason Myers: Flawlessly executed 2 field goals (FG) and 2 extra points (PAT), contributing a total of 8 points.


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