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1:29 4th — Eagles 30, Redskins 17: Fletcher Cox knocked the ball out of Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins’ hand and returned it 20 yards for a game-sealing touchdown. It looked like Cousins was making a forward pass, but the referees upheld the call on replay and the score stood. The Eagles then completed a two-point conversion as Carson Wentz threw a pass to Alshon Jeffery.
1:59 4th — Eagles 22, Redskins 17: After Eagles coach Doug Pederson called timeout with 2:02 left on the clock, Caleb Sturgis hit a 37-yard field goal.
2:06 3rd — Eagles 19, Redskins 17: Washington’s Dustin Hopkins hit a 33-yard field goal.
10:38 3rd — Eagles 19, Redskins 14: Caleb Sturgis extended the Eagles’ lead with a 42-yard field goal.
Halftime — Eagles 16, Redskins 14: Caleb Sturgis hit a 50-yard field goal into the wind as time expired to send the Eagles to the locker room with the lead.
1:17 2nd — Redskins 14, Eagles 13: Washington’s Chris Thompson caught a pass over the middle from Kirk Cousins, and no fewer than seven Eagles players failed to make tackles on what became a 29-yard touchdown play.
8:30 2nd — Eagles 13, Redskins 7: A Carson Wentz pass from the Eagles’ 24-yard-line was tipped by an onrushing Stacy McGee and intercepted by Ryan Kerrigan, who took the pick to the end zone.
12:06 2nd: Newly-acquired cornerback Ronald Darby left the game after suffering an ugly-looking right ankle injury.
13:28 2nd — Eagles 13, Redskins 0: Carson Wentz capped off an eight-play, 39-yard drive with a short touchdown pass to LeGarrette Blount. Caleb Sturgis missed the extra point wide left.
11:28 1st — Eagles 7, Redskins 0: Facing 3rd down and 12 on the Eagles’ first series of the season, Carson Wentz evaded multiple defenders and threw a 58-yard touchdown pass to, of all people, Nelson Agholor. The much-maligned third-year wide receiver made a leaping catch at the 20-yard line and took it the rest of the way for the score.
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