Eagles vs Titans Summary

On December 4th, the Eagles dominated the Tennessee Titans at Lincoln Financial Field, adding another victory to their impressive season. The game ended with a 35-10 win, justifying satisfaction in quarterback Jalen Hurts’ performance, as well as A.J. Brown’s success against his former team.

While the game ended in the Eagles’ favor, it certainly wasn’t a smooth start for Philadelphia. In the first half, there were 5 false starts and 9 total penalties against the Eagles. Overall, Philadelphia was penalized 12 times for 80 yards and Tennessee was penalized 7 times for 82 yards.

Despite the penalties, the Eagles showcased a solid performance. Jalen Hurts threw over 380 yards and three touchdowns, A.J. Brown gained 119 yards and two touchdowns, and DeVonta Smith had 102 yards and 1 touchdown.
All the attention was on Brown coming into the game, but DeVonta Smith delivered early with a 34-yard touchdown pass from Hurts, establishing a Philadelphia lead with 12:03 left in the first quarter. It was Smith’s longest reception since September 25th, when the Eagles faced the Commanders.

After the opening touchdown from Philadelphia, Tennessee responded with a 25-yard touchdown pass from Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks. However, Tennessee’s celebration didn’t last long, with Burks later evaluated for a concussion following a helmet-to-helmet hit while jumping to make the touchdown catch.

The rest of the game was controlled by the Eagles, with Philadelphia scoring more touchdowns to bring their score up to 35. In the second quarter, the Eagles snagged two touchdowns, the first one coming from A.J. Brown. In a 40-yard touchdown pass, Brown seemed to have caught the ball, but he was just short, with his second foot being slightly out of bounds.

No matter, on the next play, Brown rushed down the left side, making an easy touchdown with 13:55 left in the half. Continuing Philadelphia’s success, Hurts rushed past the Tennessee defense to the right side for a 2-yard touchdown after the 2-minute warning, scoring another touchdown in the same quarter. During the third quarter, another touchdown is made by A.J. Brown, a 29-yard catch, with him swiftly catching the ball in a tight position. In the final quarter, a penalty against the Titans works in Philadelphia’s favor, allowing Miles Sanders to score a 3-yard rushing touchdown.

Overall, the Eagles had a successful game against the Titans and proved that they have much more to give during the rest of the season. Given how Philadelphia is currently playing, it wouldn’t be out of the question to hope for a Superbowl run.