The offense moved the ball well, but there are still too many missed opportunities.
The Eagles scored 25 points on Monday night, which is usually enough to win games at the professional level. Still, scoring just one touchdown after reaching the red zone five times kept the score closer than it probably should have been.
Overall, Philadelphia's offense did whatever it wanted. Jalen Hurts completed 23 of 37 passes. That resulted in 277 yards and one passing touchdown. He also tacked on one rushing touchdown and threw two interceptions.
The run game was effective again as Philly totaled 201 rushing yards on 40 attempts. That's five yards per rush. D'Andre Swift once again led the way with 130 yards on the ground.
This allowed the Eagles to control the line of scrimmage and the clock. Philly held the ball for nearly 39 minutes. If this offense and their coordinator Brian Johnson can figure out how to close more drives with touchdowns, this unit will truly take off.