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Redskins vs. Eagles Live Updates: Score, stats, highlights, video, analysis

Redskins vs. Eagles Live Updates: Score, stats, highlights, video, analysis

The Redskins head to Philadelphia for Week 14  looking to improve their playoff picture against an Eagles team looking to settle the score.

The Redskins (6-5-1) current sit on the outside looking in of the NFC Playoff race, but a win against their NFC East rivals on Sunday afternoon could move them back in the mix for the final playoff spot.

The Eagles (5-7) have dropped three straight games and are 2-5 since losing to the Redskins 27-20 in Week 6.

The Week 14 Redskins vs. Eagles game kicks off at 1 p.m. on Sunday on FOX. Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play), John Lynch (color) and Pam Oliver (sidelines) serve as the broadcast crew for FOX. But before the action, tune in to Redskins Kickoff at Noon ET on CSN Mid-Atlantic.


Join us for the score, updates, highlights, videos and analysis from Week 14 with the CSN live blog. Be sure to voice your thoughts on the game in the comment section below.



4:14 p.m.: Ryan Kerrigan with the dagger! Sack and strip of Wentz, and Trent Murphy recovers the loose ball. Redskins win. 

4:04 p.m.: And the offense responds! Chris Thompson takes a pitch on second-and-6 and scores a touchdown. The Redskins miss the two-pointer, but are still up 27-22 with 1:53 left. It's up to the defense now to hold it down. 

3:47 p.m: Long snapper issues and all, the Eagles kick a 41-yard field goal to go up 22-21 with less than five minutes left. It's on the Redskins offense to win this one. 

3:20 p.m.: Oh, no. Cousins throws an interception for a touchdown to get Philly right back in the game. It's 21-19 Redskins. 

3:17 p.m.: Look out, Pierre. 


3:12 p.m.: The fade route finally works. Cousins hits Garcon on second-and-goal and the Redskins suddenly have a 21-13 lead. 

2:48 p.m.: DeSean Jackson! The former Eagles receiver burns his old team with an 80 yard touchdown to put the Redskins back on top 14-13. 

2:42 p.m.: Another big blow for the defense. Will Compton down on the ground and getting checked out by trainers. 

Scoring drives:  

First quarter           

FG Sturgis 45

Drive: 10 plays, 46 yards, 5:14

Drive summary: The Eagles took the opening kickoff and moved right in for the score. A pass from Carson Wentz to Zach Ertz picked up 13 yards and then Wentz converted a third and six on a 10-yard pass to Jordan Matthews. They worked their way down to a third and three the 27 before  then Ryan Kerrigan pressured Wentz into an incompletions. Sturgis came in a kicked the field goal.

Eagles 3, Redskins 0 9:46


Second quarter

FG Sturgis 36

Drive: 10 plays, 53 yards, 5:36

Drive summary: The Eagles got the ball after a missed Dustin Hopkins field goal. The eked out a first down with a two-yard gain on third and two and then Wentz launched a 29-yard strike to Zach Ertz for a first down at the Washington 32. The Eagles were lined up to go for it on fourth and three but after a false start Sturgis came on the field and kicked the tree-pointer.

Eagles 6, Redskins 0


Kelley 22 run (Hopkins kick)

Drive: 10 plays, 69 yards, 6:18

Drive summary: The Redskins finally scratched the scoreboard with a second-quarter drive. Cousins got the initial first down with a one-yard run on an option play then he passed to Rob Kelley for 11 and to Jordan Reed for 10. Kelley converted a third and one with a five-yard run and then on the next play he popped a 22-yard run off of left tackle into the end zone.

Redskins 7, Eagles 6 4:11


Sproles 4 pass from Wentz (Sturgis kick)

Drive: 12 plays, 77 yards, 3:43

Drive summary: The Eagles answered the Redskins’ score with a late drive. Wentz went to Jordan Matthews for 14 and then he converted a third and nine with a 16-yard pass to Trey Burton. That put them in Redskins territory at the 43. On third and three at the 36 Wentz threw to Paul Turner for 16 yards. A third-down pass to Burton set up a first and goal at the four. On the next play Wentz threw to Darren Sproles for the touchdown.

Eagles 13, Redskins 7



2:16 p.m.: The Eagles get a touchdown just before halftime thanks to a Carson Wentz pass to Darren Sproles. It's 13-7 Philly. 

2:02 p.m.: This block by Crowder, though. 

1:59 p.m: Rob Kelley, everyone. The rookie running back with a few nifty cuts gets the Redskins their first touchdown of the day and it's 7-6 Washington late in the second quarter. 

1:44 p.m.: Redskins can't afford to have their top pass rusher out. Stay tuned.


1:34 p.m.: Redskins looked like they'd turn an endzone interception into points, but Dustin Hopkins misses a short field goal and it's still 3-0 Eagles. 

1:24 p.m.: Su'a Cravens has left the game, and his return is questionable. Stay tuned. 

1:13 p.m.: Eagles get on the board first, but at least it wasn't a touchdown. Philly settles for a 43-yard field goal to make it 3-0 early in the first quarter. 


12:51 p.m.: Show 'em, B-Mitch. Show 'em. 

12:40 p.m.: Here is our Redskins videographer Mitch Tischler. He's a good guy. He's also a psychopath. SHORTS?!?!?

12:05 p.m.: Here's a fun fact: Washington, D.C. pro teams are 24-10 against Philadelphia pro teams in 2016. Today's game is the second to last meeting between DC and Philly, with the Capitals set to take on the Flyers once more before the calendar turns to 2017. 

11:55 a.m.: We're just a few minutes away from Redskins Kickoff hitting the airwaves on CSN Mid-Atlantic. 

11:40 a.m.: GOOD NEWS, EVERYONE! Jordan Reed is active for today's game! Here's the full inactive list. Reed is back, but three starters are out The offensive line could be touch-and-go. 

11:30 a.m.: Keys to the game? Here are the five things you need to know, from JP Finlay. Click for more.
1. Getting back to good -- or at least decent
2. Feed the "Fat" one
3. Playing in pain
4. If it ain't broke
5. Don't fly away

11:20 a.m.: Brian Mitchell is ussually in-studiop with us for Redskins games. But the special teams G.O.A.T. is up in Philly for today's game. he knwos a thing or two about playing up there. 

11:10 a.m.: We sent our CSN Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler up I-95 to the City of (un)Brotherly Love for a pivotal Week 14 matchup. Give them a follow on Twitter and be sure to follow our CSN Redskins account as well. 

11:00 a.m.: Ahoy hoy everyone. and welcome to Redskins vs. Eagles Week 14 live updates post. As always, I — Troy Machir — am your tour guide for the game thread of stats, highlights and analysis and score updates.

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If Luke Kuechly wants to coach, would Ron Rivera hire him for the Redskins?

If Luke Kuechly wants to coach, would Ron Rivera hire him for the Redskins?

One of the best linebackers of the last decade, Luke Kuechly retired from football this week in a move that stunned many. For years Kuechly has dealt with injuries, including multiple concussions, and decided his body could not withstand anymore life in the NFL. 

Or at least being on the field. 

A new NFL Network report suggested that Kuechly could be looking to stay in the game in a coaching or consulting role, and that it could happen this season. 

"I don’t think we’ve seen the last of Luke Kuechly in the NFL. As a player we have," Mike Garafolo said on Good Morning Football.

The natural question for Redskins fans becomes if Kuechly could land in Washington. New Redskins coach Ron Rivera was with the Panthers when the team drafted Kuechly ninth overall in 2012, and the duo worked closely together. It's been widely reported that Kuechly and Rivera have a strong relationship too. 

When Kuechly announced his retirement, Rivera took to Twitter to compare the linebacker to Hall of Famers Mike Singletary and Brian Urlacher. Rivera also said he "will remember Luke’s sense of humor, his leadership & 4 being a great teammate."

The Redskins recently announced their assistant coaches and linebackers coach Steve Russ worked with Kuechly for the past two seasons in Carolina. There is no assistant linebackers coach on the staff, but that's a role that could be created. There are few rules about assistant coaches in the NFL; for example, last season the Redskins employed an inside linebackers coach and an outside linebackers coach because they played a 3-4 system. This year the team will play the 4-3. 

It's unclear what role Kuechly would want, and while the connection to Rivera is obvious, so is the connection to Carolina. 

"Certainly the Panthers would love to have him be a part of their organization in some capacity," Garafolo said. 

What happens next for Kuechly remains unknown. He just retired from football a few days ago. He might need time to make his next series of decisions. 

Based on Rivera's actions so far as the new Redskins boss, however, it would not be a surprise at all if the head coach tries to get Kuechly to Washington. Rivera has hired just about everyone else that was with the Panthers in the last decade; why not add one more?

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Jason Garrett reportedly to stay in NFC East, becomes Giants offensive coordinator

Jason Garrett reportedly to stay in NFC East, becomes Giants offensive coordinator

Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has agreed to become the new offensive coordinator of the New York Giants, according to a report from ESPN

He will join the staff of first-year head coach Joe Judge.

Garrett was recently let go after a 10-year unimpressive stint with the Dallas Cowboys. In that span, he only led the team to three playoff appearances and with that two playoff wins. 

The team underperformed in 2019 after starting the season with Super Bowl aspirations. Stumbling to an 8-8 record, It became clear that Garrett was the not the answer at head coach. Following the end of the regular season, the team decided to go in another direction replacing him with former Packers coach Mike McCarthy.

The Princeton alum led the Cowboys to an 85-67 overall record during his tenure in Dallas.

As a former backup QB for the Giants (2000-03) and Cowboys (1993-99), he has an extensive background in game-planning against the NFC East.

Judge was named head coach on Jan. 7 after spending eight seasons with the Patriots. He was promoted to special teams coordinator in 2015, and also became the team's wide receiver coach in 2019.

Garrett and Judge will be tasked with developing a young roster with some intriguing options at their disposal, as well as the No. 4 overall pick in April's draft.

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