Eagles made a statement with 24-7 Victory
With a commanding 24-7 victory in prime time, the Eagles made a statement. Eagles Cheerleaders engage in NFL Touchdown Africa in Ghana, expanding the game’s frontiers
The defense upheld its end of the agreement by keeping the Vikings scoreless in the second half after the Eagles jumped out to a 24-7 halftime lead.
Due to two punts that the defense forced, the Eagles led 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.
Quez Watkins caught a deep pass from Jalen Hurts and sprinted through the whole Minnesota defense for a touchdown that increased the Eagles’ lead in the first half to 14-0. Hurts completes 10 of 10 passes for 154 yards and a score.
Darius Slay’s first pick of the year on a Kirk Cousins pass intended for Justin Jefferson ruined a promising Vikings drive. Slay has been following Jefferson for the majority of the evening. Before the interception at the goal line, the Vikings were at the Eagles’ 19-yard line.
The short pass from quarterback Jalen Hurts was intercepted by former Eagle Jordan Hicks after receiver Kenneth Gainwell failed to catch it on an angle or Texas route. To the Eagles’ 9-yard line, it was returned 19 yards.
Defensive end Josh Sweat concluded the game with a sack of quarterback Kirk Cousins on the game’s last play, a third-and-goal from the Eagles’ 11-yard line that resulted in a loss of 7 yards for the Vikings, who were just 1-for-4 in the red zone.
Eagles Cheerleaders engage in NFL Touchdown Africa in Ghana, expanding the game’s frontiers.
The 32 members of this year’s team will gladly serve as brand ambassadors for the company around the world. On game days at Lincoln Financial Field, the squad entertains more than 70,000 spectators while also giving back to the community year-round in Philadelphia and elsewhere.
Gabriela and Taylor were crucial to the success of the Eagles’ first in-person activations in Ghana, according to Jen Kavanagh, senior vice president of media and marketing for the team.