The Eagles buckled down and would get on the board in the second quarter on a Riley Cooper 11 yard touchdown reception. The Eagles had two strong drives that stalled inside the five yard line and Alex Henery hit a 22 and 20 yard field goal that put the Eagles up 13-10 at halftime. After halftime the Eagles gave the game away. The Eagles turned the ball over four times and that led to 24 unanswered Cincinnati points over four and a half minutes of game time to let the game get out of hand. The Bengals would go on to win 34-13 and drop the Eagles to 4-10 on the year.
- Eagles QB Nick Foles was 16-for-33 with 182 yards, a touchdown, and an interception.
- Bryce Brown rushed 16 times for 34 yards.
- The Bengals held the Eagles to just 42 rushing yards after holding the Cowboys to 49 last week.
- Bengals QB Andy Dalton was 13-for-27 for 127 yards with one rushing and one passing touchdown.
- The Eagles sacked Andy Dalton six times with Brandon Graham leading the way with 2.5 sacks.
- The Eagles have eight sacks in two games since Jim Washburn was fired.
- Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham and WR A.J. Green both had six catches a piece with Green pulling in a touchdown.
- The Eagles haven’t had an interception in eight games.
- The Bengals held the ball for 37:40 compared to 22:20 for the Eagles.
- BenJarvus Green-Ellis had 79 of his 106 rushing yards before contact.
The Eagles get 10 days before they get back at it at Lincoln Financial Field against the Redskins on December 23rd.
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