Philadelphia Eagles 19, Oakland Raiders 10 - as it happened

The Eagles secured home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs, but it took an ugly 19-10 win over the Oakland Raiders on Christmas night to do it. Here’s a look back at how the action at Lincoln Financial Field unfolded in our live chat:

Key Plays

0:00 4th — Eagles 19, Raiders 10: Derek Barnett picked up a failed Oakland lateral on the final play and ran it back 36 yards for a game-sealing touchdown. Nick Foles took a knee on the extra point attempt.

0:27 4th — Eagles 13, Raiders 10: Jake Elliott connected on a 48-yard field goal to put the Eagles ahead.

7:58 4th: Raiders kicker Giorgio Tavecchio missed a 48-yard field goal attempt wide right.

2:17 3rd — Eagles 10, Raiders 10: After a lot of sloppy football by both teams, Jake Elliot tied the game with a 35-yard field goal.

10:58 3rd — Raiders 10, Eagles 7: Oakland kicker Giorgio Tavecchio hit a 25-yard field goal to put the Raiders ahead.

0:15 2nd: Eagles kicker Jake Elliott hooked a 33-yard field goal wide right.

12:36 2nd — Eagles 7, Raiders 7: Amari Cooper toasted Jalen Mills on a cutback, caught a pass from Derek Carr and raced away for a 63-yard touchdown.

2:59 1st — Eagles 7, Raiders 0: Jay Ajayi took a screen pass from Nick Foles 17 yards for the game’s first touchdown.

Click here for the full game play-by-play.

Click here for the box score.

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