26. Quinn has played in 26 defensive snaps since joining the team and has recorded only one QB hit. While another acquisition C. Gardner-Johnson has been looking like a Pro Bowler on defense as of late. The safety has five interceptions in the last four games for Philadelphiaâ€™s third-ranked total defense. Philadelphiaâ€™s ball-hawking cornerbacks Darius Slay and James Bradberry will look to step up more with fellow teammates Avonte Maddox and Josh Jobe dealing with hamstring injuries. The Eagles hope to keep their top five total and scoring defense success going forward as the last time Philadelphia held those ranks it went on to win Super Bowl LII. Could Mondayâ€™s game be a turning point for the Commandersâ€™ season? Despite being in a competitive division and sitting in fourth place, the Commanders are a game out of a playoff spot in the NFC.
5 passer rating in the win. However, this matchup could look different if Chase Young returns from injured reserve for Mondayâ€™s game. The 2020 AP Defensive Rookie of the Year has not played since he suffered a torn ACL in Week 10 of the 2021 season. (Editor's note: NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Young will not play vs. the Eagles). The 21-day window for Washington to activate Young closes on Nov. 22. The Commanders are shorthanded after ruling out linebackers Cole Holcomb (foot) and David Mayo (hamstring) for Mondayâ€™s game.
Don't miss any details of the game with VAVEL's minute-by-minute live online coverage. 6:07 PMa day agoLast game between the twoIn the last game, Philadelphia defeated Washington 24-8 in a game where the Eagles were dominant from start to finish, and will look to repeat the dose by defeating the Commanders in their home field and with their own people. 6:02 PMa day agoWhere and how to watch Washington Commanders vs Philadelphia Eagles online live in NFL Week 105:57 PMa day agoLincoln Financial Field5:52 PMa day agoAbsencesNeither team has any injured players, but tomorrow will be announced the list of inactive players for both teams, players who will not see activity in week 10 of the NFL. 5:47 PMa day agoBackgroundThe record is leaning towards Philadelphia, in the last 15 games the Eagles have won 9 games while Washington has won 6 games, so tomorrow the locals will come out as strong favorites to win their ninth victory in the tournament.
5:42 PMa day agoHow does Philadelphia Eagles arrive? Philadelphia comes in as the only undefeated team with a record of 8 wins and no losses this season, after defeating the Houston Texans 29-17 and will be looking to continue with their undefeated record against a team that is not expected to give much resistance to these Eagles, who have shown great power both defensively and offensively. 5:37 PMa day agoHow does Washington Commanders arrive? Washington comes to this game with a record of 4 wins and 5 losses, after defeating Indianapolis 17-16 in a game where the defenses were key, in its division Commanders is in last place having to face teams with more preparation, will visit the only undefeated team in the NFL.
The question that lies ahead for Ron Riveraâ€™s team is who will be under center when Wentz returns from injured reserve. Heinicke has shown that he is capable of winning games but Mondayâ€™s matchup against the unbeaten Eagles could cause a QB controversy if he can deliver Philadelphiaâ€™s first loss of the season. Last season against Philadelphia, Heinicke completed 27 out of 36 passes for 247 yards with zero touchdowns and one interception in Week 17. Washington will look to get back to.
The timing was great for the team who two weeks prior had their actual bye week, and are still relatively healthy as they continue down the stretch. Cornerback Avonte Maddox will miss Monday’s game, but head coach Nick Sirianni expected Josiah Scott to be able to fill that role. Other than that, the offense is still finding various ways to be successful depending on the opposing defense — they’ve proven they can beat teams with the passing game and the run game, and they run a QB sneak that’s nearly impossible to stop. With a mobile quarterback like Jalen Hurts pushing behind an offensive line that has players as big as they are talented, there’s few short-yard situations that don’t look promising.
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The Eagles have already beaten the Commanders once this season, although that was with Carson Wentz at QB. You might remember that game and the nine sacks Philly’s defense got on Wentz. Now, Washington has Taylor Heinicke behind center, someone the Eagles are familiar with from last season. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the game. TV Schedule Date: Monday, November 14, 2022 Time: 8:30 PM ET Channel: ESPN Location: Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia, PA Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Lisa Salters (field reporter) Referee: Alex Kemp (Eagles are 3-1 in 4 games as field judge, side judge, and referee) Radio: SportsRadio 94WIP, Westwood One | Sirius: 81 (WAS), 83 (PHI), 88 (National) | XM: 226 (WAS), 225 (PHI) Online Streaming FuboTV | ESPN+ Odds The Eagles are huge favorites for this NFC East matchup.
2022 NFL season: Four things to watch for in Commanders-Eagles game on 'Monday Night Football'WHERE: Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia)WHEN: 8:15 p. m. ET | ESPN, ESPN Deportes, NFL+After a mini bye week, the unbeaten Philadelphia Eagles host the Washington Commanders on Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field to close out Week 10 in an NFC East matchup. The Eagles defeated the Commanders earlier this season, 24-8, in Week 3. However, that game featured former Eagles QB Carson Wentz under center for the Commanders. This time around Taylor Heinicke will be leading the charge for Washington. In a competitive QB battle, Heinicke could potentially be auditioning for the starting role (Wentz is eligible to potentially return from injured reserve in Week 11).
Heinicke has gone 2-1 as the starting QB, while Wentz went 2-4 to start the season before a fractured right finger in Week 6. One of the MVP favorites from NFL. comâ€™s midseason predictions, Jalen Hurts, and the Eagles are back in action. Nick Sirianniâ€™s well-rounded squad will look to continue their regular-season dominance with Hurts. The Eagles QB has won 11 straight regular-season games as the starting signal-caller with his last loss coming in Nov. 2021. The last QB to go undefeated in games over five consecutive months (minimum one regular season game in each month) was Peyton Manning from Nov. 2008 to Nov. 2009, per NFL Research. Can Hurts continue that trend going? Here are four things to watch for when the Commanders visit the Eagles on Monday night on ESPN:Can the Eagles continue their historic season versus Commanders? Philadelphia is off to its greatest start in the franchise's 90-year history and could become the 23rd team to start 9-0 in the Super Bowl era.
If the past dictates how Mondayâ€™s matchup could go down, Sirianniâ€™s squads are 2-0 when they have 10 days of rest. In this seasonâ€™s earlier matchup against the Commanders, DeVonta Smith had a career-high 169 receiving yards and a touchdown against Washington. The Eaglesâ€™ air attack could look to feature A. J. Brown and Dallas Goedert more this time. In the last meeting, the duo combined for eight receptions posting 111 yards and two TDs. Expect Hurts looking to get his No. 1 wide receiver and tight end more involved on Monday. Entering Week 10, Philadelphia is the only team in the NFL with three players (Brown, Goedert and Smith) recording 40+ receptions and 400+ receiving yards this season. Will the Commandersâ€™ defense get a boost? The last time Hurts faced Washingtonâ€™s defense, the signal-caller threw for 340 yards and three touchdowns posting a 123.
Washington Commanders: +11 (+400) Philadelphia Eagles: -11 (-500) Over/under: 43. 5 History Lesson The Commanders lead the long, all-time series between these teams, 87-82-5, but the Eagles have won the three most recent matchups. They last played each other in late-September, with the Eagles winning (easily) on the road, 24-8. The last time they faced off in Philly was back in December 2021, with the Eagles wining 27-17. Social Media Information BGN Facebook Page: Click here to like our page BGN Twitter: Follow @BleedingGreen BGN Manager: Brandon Lee Gowton: Follow @BrandonGowton BGN Podcast: Follow @BGN_Radio Eagles 2022 Regular Season Schedule Week 1 - at Detroit Lions (Sept.
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