4:02 p.m.: The Eagles took care of business today. 

Final: Eagles 31, Jets 6 

3:54 p.m.: The Eagles have nine sacks. This is the seventh time in franchise history they’ve done that and the first time since 2014. 

Josh McCown is in this game as the butt-whooping is nearly over. 

3:45 p.m.: Orlando Scandrick just stole a football from Luke Falk. He was sacking him and just took it and ran the other way for a long touchdown. 

Look at Scandrick’s stats today: 3 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 FF and a TD. 

There’s 7:39 left: Eagles 31, Jets 6 

3:28 p.m.: The Eagles just gave up their first points of the game. Corey Clement was back returning a punt and thought the ball hit off Ryan Lewis’s leg so he played the ball and fumbled it. It didn’t look like the ball ever hit Lewis. 

On the next play, the Jets ran a reverse and got a touchdown. 

Still 14:32 left in the fourth: Eagles 24, Jets 6 

3:04 p.m.: Darren Sproles just moved into fifth-place all-time in all-purpose yards. He moved ahead of Tim Brown. 

Jerry Rice: 23,546 
Brian Mitchell:23,330 
Walter Payton: 21,803 
Emmitt Smith: 21,564 
Darren Sproles: 19,683 

2:57 p.m.: The Eagles’ first drive of the second half ended on a turnover on downs. They went for it on 4th-and-1 from the Jets’ 40-yard line. 


2:36 p.m.: We have reached halftime and the Eagles are up big. 

At half: Eagles 21, Jets 0 

The Eagles are out-gaining the Jets 134-70. 

2:30 p.m.: The Eagles just put together a 42-yard drive in 1:28 and capped it off with an 11-yard touchdown pass from Carson Wentz to Zach Ertz. 

The Eagles have scored a touchdown in their last nine trips into the red zone. 

We’re almost at halftime: Eagles 21, Jets 0 

2:24 p.m.: Rodney McLeod just picked off his 12th career pass. He’s played really well this year and that’s huge for the Eagles. 

2:18 p.m.: After scoring a TD on their first drive, here’s what the Eagles’ offense has done since: 

Turnover on downs 

2:13 p.m.: Brandon Graham is having himself a game. 

2:07 p.m.: An interesting play just happened. Doug Pederson challenged for DPI and the ruling on the field stood as an incomplete pass. It looked like Nelson Agholor was held, but it happened before the ball left Wentz’s hand. So it looked like a defensive hold, which can be applied later. This rule is annoying. 

1:48 p.m.: Sam Ficken just missed a 55-yard field goal by a mile on 4th-and-3. What are you doing, Adam Gase? You’re down 14 on the road to a team that’s much better than you. Go for it. 

1:41 p.m.: The Eagles’ last drive in the fourth quarter ended with a turnover on downs in Jets’ territory. 

1:25 p.m.: Nate Gerry to the house! 

On a 4th down, Gerry picked off Luke Falk and took it 51 yards to the house. The Eagles are taking care of business early. 

Still 5:04 left in the first quarter: Eagles 14, Jets 0 

That was the Eagles’ first pick-6 since Patrick Robinson’s play in the NFC Championship game a couple years ago. 

1:15 p.m.: No slow start today. The Eagles’ defense got a quick 3-and-out and now the Eagles just drove down the field to put up first-quarter points! Jordan Howard had three carries for 21 yards on the drive, including a 1-yard touchdown. 

The best play of the drive was an incompletion. In the red zone, a snap flew over Carson Wentz’s head and the QB was able to get the ball and throw an incompletion instead of taking a huge sack. 

Still 7:44 left in the first quarter: Eagles 7, Jets 0 

1:05 p.m.: Couldn’t ask for a better opening series from the defense. Two carries for one yard for Le’Veon Bell and then Brandon Graham got a sack on third down. 

The starters at corner were Rasul Douglas and Craig James. Sidney Jones is active but not healthy. 


12:42 p.m.: Nelson Agholor knows how to get ready.

12:34 p.m.: Malcolm Jenkins leading the Eagles' defensive backs.

11:40 a.m.: Here are your Week 5 inactives. One key corner is ready to go for the Eagles.

11:08 a.m.: Rasul Douglas is the Eagles’ rotating sixth captain today. Douglas is from North Jersey (East Orange) and in a season where the Eagles’ keep going down, Douglas has played pretty well. And he’s stayed healthy. 

This is the third year in a row that Douglas didn’t begin the season as a true starter but has assumed that role after injuries. Imagine where the Eagles would be without him. 

10:44 a.m.: New dad Jason Kelce looks prepared for fall activities. 

10:28 a.m.: It feels a little bit like autumn here at the Linc. The Eagles need to take care of business today. 

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