NFL Preseason: Green Bay Packers Vs. Philadelphia Eagles Recap
August 29, 2015
The Eagles showcased a potent offense Saturday night as they scored 39 points in the first half during a win over the Green Back Packers. Eagles starting quarterback Sam Bradford had a perfect night, completing all ten of his passes for 121 yards including three first-quarter touchdowns. Backup Mark Sanchez was nearly as good and finished 13-for-19 for 150 yards and two touchdowns, both in the second quarter. Green Bay racked up 465 yards of total offense including 399 yards in the air, but most of that came after the outcome was decided. The Packers also lost star receiver Randall Cobb to an injured shoulder. Green Bay's Brett Hundley passed for 315 yards and two touchdowns on the night.
NFL Preseason: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Baltimore Ravens Recap
August 22, 2015
The Eagles hope Saturday night's result was a sign of things to come, as they scored the game's first 30 points in a blowout win over the Ravens in South Philadelphia. Philadelphia racked up 238 yards each on the ground and in the air. Kevin Monangai led the rushing attack with 87 yards on ten carries, and Raheem Mostert ran for 54 yards on ten carries. Ryan Matthews and DeMarco Murray saw less action but each rushed for scores in the first quarter. Kenjon Barner provided another highlight with a 68-yard punt return for a touchdown in the second quarter that gave the Eagles a 24-0 halftime lead. The Ravens Joe Flacco was intercepted twice and threw for just 23 yards.
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NFL Preseason: Philadelphia Eagles Vs. Indianapolis Colts Recap
August 16, 2015
The Eagles' Tim Tebow saw his first action in two years Sunday in the Eagles' preseason opener, and Philadelphia earned an easy win over the visiting Colts. Tebow finished 6-for-12 for 69 yards in the air and rushed for 15 yards and a touchdown on four carries. He showcased a new throwing motion but held on the ball too long at times, leading to three sacks. Tebow, Matt Barkley, and Mark Sanchez combined to throw for 285 yards for the Eagles, a big advantage over the 149 yards the Colts managed in the air. Indianapolis starter Andrew Luck played only part of the first quarter, finishing 5-for-6 for 43 yards. The Colts' Josh Robinson was their top offensive player, gaining 44 yards and the only Indianapolis touchdown on ten carries.