Eagles pick off Rodgers' late pass, beat Packers 34-27

Ruben Hill
September 27, 2019

Despite their relative woes, Wentz and the Eagles' offense are still averaging 25.3 points per game (the Packers average just 19.3) and their losses to the Falcons and Lions both could have been wins (though admittedly they were lucky to escape with a come-from-behind victory over the Redskins in the season opener).

Green Bay's defense has forced more turnovers than any team in the league, is second in fewest points allowed, and is third in sacks, but Philly's Carson Wentz should offer a much more hard matchup than Mitch Trubisky, Kirk Cousins, and Joe Flacco.

Let's see how they fare going up against a top 10 quarterback like Carson Wentz.

Aaron Rodgers ranks a lukewarm 16th in the National Football League in QBR and hasn't thrown for over 240 yards in a game yet this season.

Asked Monday night about Graham's recent lack of production, Packers head coach Matt LaFleur shouldered the blame. Rodgers' offensive line is elite, as the unit did not allow one Broncos player to sack him this past Sunday.

Rodgers is known to get things going in a hurry and if this game is any indication, the Packers will be set with a humming offense for the rest of the season. "I don't think he's had many opportunities".

While "The Play" here is Eagles +4, I also like Over 46.

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