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Eagles vs. Rams: First quarter score updates

Here we go.

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Hey! The Philadelphia Eagles have another football game today.

The team should be motivated to bounce back after an incredibly embarrassing Week 1 loss to the Washington Football Team in which they blew a 17 to 0 lead. The Eagles have an opportunity to prove that they’re better than that by beating the Los Angeles Rams at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday afternoon.

I’m feeling pretty good about the Eagles’ chances. They’re getting some key players back from injury and they’ve previously shown they’re capable of beating Sean McVay and Jared Goff. Carson Wentz needs to play a much cleaner game in this one and Doug Pederson needs to give him some more help than he did last Sunday.

Let’s see if the Eagles can get it done! Or if they’re just a bad team?

Here is some basic information to help guide you through the game:



Note: This is an open thread. Discuss the first quarter here and stay tuned for new threads after each quarter!

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