• Breaking down the opponent: Washington Redskins

    Posted by Nolan Carroll


    The Philadelphia Eagles first meeting against the Washington Redskins was a sign of things to come for the 2016 season.  In the Week 6 matchup, Philadelphia had just 239 yards of total offense and scored just one offensive touchdown. Washington had 492 yards of total offense, including 230 yards on the ground.  The Eagles scored a defensive touchdown and a special teams touchdown to stay in the game, a Malcolm Jenkins 64-yard interception return and an 86-yard kickoff return for a score by Wendell Smallwood.  Carson Wentz's rookie wall started to build in this game. Wentz went 11-for-22 for 179...

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