Published: Fri, October 12, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Eagles look sloppy, mediocre in 23-21 loss to Vikings

Eagles look sloppy, mediocre in 23-21 loss to Vikings

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On Sunday, the team faced off against the Minnesota Vikings in a rematch from the playoffs, but this time it would be the Vikings coming out with a 23-21 victory. On Thursday night, the team heads north to East Rutherford, New Jersey for a Thursday night encounter with their NFC East rival, the 1-4 New York Giants.

"We need those guys", Pederson said. "Coach Flip emphasized finishing". We talked all week about finish. "I'm confident we'll turn it around, but it's frustrating right now".

The Vikings were able to build a lead and then never trailed due to their defense.

Joseph snatched Wentz's fumble out of the air and rumbled the distance to give the Vikings a 10-3 lead in the second quarter.

Vikings DE Danielle Hunter over Eagles QB Carson Wentz during last Sunday's game. Stephen Weatherly knocked the ball loose and Wentz couldn't recover to catch Joseph from behind after the strip-sack.

"There is no excuse down there", Ajayi said. "The veteran team that we have, I am confident we'll fix it".

It was actually Joseph who persuaded Cousins to break down the huddle after delivering a pregame speech.

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It's early, but so far, Cousins is giving the Vikings exactly what they were hoping for when they signed him this offseason.

According to NFL Next Gen Stats, Joseph reached a max speed of 18.2 miles per hour on his fumble return touchdown. Only four meaningful running plays were called in the first half as the Eagles fell into a 17-3 halftime hole.

"The defense is a very prideful group", Zimmer said.

They'll have to do it without their top running back. "Those little mistakes that can sometimes go overlooked are just killing us", Wentz said.

Cousins threw for 301 yards and one touchdown, and completed 30 of 37 passes to become the first player in National Football League history with at least 30 completions in four consecutive games. That's when Latavius Murray notched 27 of the drive's 55 yards.

Wentz picked up 15 rushing yards, while also completing 68 percent of his passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns. For starters, it was questionable whether or not he even hit Cousins low. "If I remember correctly we had maybe three carries at the end of the first quarter". "All day he just continues to sit back there and trust us to get open". "At the same time, we have to be accountable". The Vikings only scored one offensive touchdown. After the Eagles recovered a Vikings fumble at the Minnesota 30 with 10:03 left, it looked like Philadelphia had all the momentum. "But I think you see what happens when we run the ball".

"But it was also, as most National Football League games [are], was very important this week because of the nature of getting out with a lead and making sure we stayed with the course and finished".

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