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Fourth quarter: Eagles-Rams

Refresh your browser for updates. First quarter observations Second quarter observations Third quarter observations How they scored Eagles 38, Rams 3 -- St. Louis finally got on the board with a 46-yard field goal from Josh Brown with 9:00 left in the game. The Rams' offense went 52 yards on six plays. Eagles 38, Rams 0 -- Brian Westbrook scored on a 6-yard run with 12:06 left in the game. The Eagles went 76 yards on seven plays in 4:06. Eagles 31, Rams 0 -- David Akers connected on a 23-yard field goal with 2:31 left in the third quarter. The score was set up by a 60-yard punt return by DeSean Jackson. Eagles 28, Rams 0 -- Fullback Tony Hunt found the end zone from 1 yard out to give the Eagles a 28-0 lead in the third quarter. The Eagles went 56 yards on nine plays for the score. Eagles 21, Rams 0 -- Donovan McNabb found Hank Baskett wide open for a 90-yard touchdown with 47 seconds left in the second quarter. The Eagles ran the ball on first and second down with 1:39 left in the first half, but then McNabb hit Baskett for a bomb to extend the Eagles' lead. Eagles 14, Rams 0 -- Donovan McNabb connected with L.J. Smith for a 5-yard touchdown with 1:53 left in the first quarter. The Eagles went 82 yards on 11 plays in 5:28. Two possessions, two touchdowns for the offense. Eagles 7, Rams 0 --Donovan McNabb found Brian Westbrook from 1 yard out on a shovel pass to give the Eagles a 7-0 lead with 12:17 left. The big play on the Eagles' opening scoring drive was a 47-yard pass to rookie wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Fourth quarter observations 15:00 -- The Eagles are driving once again. The Rams, meanwhile, have 10 possessions and 10 punts. 12:06 -- Brian Westbrook finds the end zone from 6 yards out to extend the Eagles' lead to 38-0. Another impressive drive by the Birds as they went 76 yards on seven plays in just over four minutes. The camera just showed Rams defensive coordinator Jim Haslett. He looked like he could've used a hug. Is it time to sit the starters? 10:31 -- Stewart Bradley sacks Bulger. Bradley has had a very good game, and the Eagles have four sacks on the day. 9:00 -- The Rams finally get on the board, courtesy of a 46-yard field goal from Josh Brown. Until now, they had punted on all 10 offensive possessions. 7:10 -- Many of the Eagles' offensive starters are out of the game, including McNabb, Westbrook, Tra Thomas and Jon Runyan. 0:00 -- Kevin Kolb was solid after entering the game, but the Eagles ended up running out the clock. 38-3 is your final. Back with more shortly.

Fourth quarter: Eagles-Rams

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First quarter observations

Second quarter observations

Third quarter observations


How they scored

Eagles 38, Rams 3 --
St. Louis finally got on the board with a 46-yard field goal from Josh Brown with 9:00 left in the game. The Rams' offense went 52 yards on six plays.

Eagles 38, Rams 0 --
Brian Westbrook scored on a 6-yard run with 12:06 left in the game. The Eagles went 76 yards on seven plays in 4:06.

Eagles 31, Rams 0 --
David Akers connected on a 23-yard field goal with 2:31 left in the third quarter. The score was set up by a 60-yard punt return by DeSean Jackson.

Eagles 28, Rams 0 --
Fullback Tony Hunt found the end zone from 1 yard out to give the Eagles a 28-0 lead in the third quarter. The Eagles went 56 yards on nine plays for the score.

Eagles 21, Rams 0 --
Donovan McNabb found Hank Baskett wide open for a 90-yard touchdown with 47 seconds left in the second quarter. The Eagles ran the ball on first and second down with 1:39 left in the first half, but then McNabb hit Baskett for a bomb to extend the Eagles' lead.

Eagles 14, Rams 0 --
Donovan McNabb connected with L.J. Smith for a 5-yard touchdown with 1:53 left in the first quarter. The Eagles went 82 yards on 11 plays in 5:28. Two possessions, two touchdowns for the offense.

Eagles 7, Rams 0 --
Donovan McNabb found Brian Westbrook from 1 yard out on a shovel pass to give the Eagles a 7-0 lead with 12:17 left. The big play on the Eagles' opening scoring drive was a 47-yard pass to rookie wide receiver DeSean Jackson.

Fourth quarter observations

15:00 -- The Eagles are driving once again. The Rams, meanwhile, have 10 possessions and 10 punts.

12:06 -- Brian Westbrook finds the end zone from 6 yards out to extend the Eagles' lead to 38-0. Another impressive drive by the Birds as they went 76 yards on seven plays in just over four minutes. The camera just showed Rams defensive coordinator Jim Haslett. He looked like he could've used a hug. Is it time to sit the starters?

10:31 -- Stewart Bradley sacks Bulger. Bradley has had a very good game, and the Eagles have four sacks on the day.

9:00 -- The Rams finally get on the board, courtesy of a 46-yard field goal from Josh Brown. Until now, they had punted on all 10 offensive possessions.

7:10 -- Many of the Eagles' offensive starters are out of the game, including McNabb, Westbrook, Tra Thomas and Jon Runyan.

0:00 -- Kevin Kolb was solid after entering the game, but the Eagles ended up running out the clock. 38-3 is your final. Back with more shortly.

Sheil Kapadia Philly.com
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