Foles shows off catching skills, Eagles beat Falcons 18-12

Foles shows off catching skills, Eagles beat Falcons 18-12

Trey Burton sent a ideal tweet after the Philadelphia Eagles perfectly executed a trick play during Thursday night's season opener against the Atlanta Falcons.

Toss in the 570,000 average-minute audience the game delivered via NBC's various digital platforms, and overall deliveries for Thursday night's all-avian battle were down 12 percent compared to the year-ago Chiefs-Patriots blowout, which averaged 22.2 million TV and digital viewers. Don't blame the play call.

The Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles meet on Thursday night in the opening matchup of the 2018 National Football League season.

Kaepernick, 30, has not played since the 2016 season and filed a grievance last October against NFL owners for collusion, claiming they schemed to keep him off the football field because of his protests, not his football playing ability.

The Falcons were able to move the ball well in between the sticks but once they reached the red zone, it seemed as though nothing would work.

"It's great to have it at the right time if you can catch a team (off guard)", Foles said. "The one that Tom dropped", he told WIP after the game.

Spain's Enrique imposes new rules, including cellphone ban
I never wanted to hurt an opponent on the pitch, of course, so my conscience is really clear about what I did that night. Spain got crashed out of the World Cup after being defeated in penalties against hosts Russian Federation .

As for your fantasy impact, Julio Jones want off per usual with 10 catches and 170 yards, while Eagles RB Jay Ajayi led the way with 2 touchdowns and 62 yards.

"Us executing that play at the end, we've got to nail that", Quinn said.

"Nobody was in. We were in goal line", Jones said of the personnel on the field for the first scoring opportunity. On the first drive of the game, Matt Ryan marched his offense down the field until about four or five yards outside of the red zone.

Trailing 3-6 to open the second half, Philadelphia came out flying and turned the tables after getting momentum from a play that may look a bit familiar. "We needed a little boost, a little something, we needed to make a play, so it was just the right time for it".

Wentz, who hasn't been medically cleared for contact, threw passes and did other drills while wearing a brace on his left knee during warmups.

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