No one has to worry about A.J. Brown being frustrated after Week 4's game. We can promise you that! Following a nine-catch, 131-yard effort versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football, the Philadelphia Eagles captain and star is having himself a day versus the hated Washington Commanders.
Did you see that catch and run?
Stop everything you're doing and give A.J. Brown's first touchdown of the Eagles season another look.
Sometimes, there are no words that appropriately enunciate something that is beautiful. There are no adequate adjectives or descriptive phrases that do the trick. Sometimes, you just have to let instant replays do the trick.
Just take this one in. Appreciate the beauty!
Yep. He's open. He's always open! Now, that's more like it. Kudos to DeVonta Smith and Olamide Zaccheaus for those on-field blocks. Following a slow start, the Eagles offense is beginning to look like... well.. the Eagles offense.
And, how's this for an update? Toward the end of the fourth quarter, A.J. Brown scored his SECOND TD of the year. This one broke a 24-24 tie.
Unfortunately, this one also resulted in a taunting penalty. Washington walked the ball right down the field to score on a ten-play, 64-yard drive to force overtime.
The Commanders won the coin toss. Philly's defense forced a three-and-out and after a bad punt by Tress Way, the Birds marched into field goal range for Jake Elliott. Mr. Clutch knocks one through from 54 yards out to win the game in overtime!
There you go! That's your update! Philly improves to 4-0 for the second time in as many seasons under head coach Nick Sirianni.