The Philadelphia Eagles scored their first win of the season, leading NFC East after defeating the San Francisco 49ers
With the Eagles (1-2-1) losing the top three players in second place, and Dallas Guidert in second place, the little-known Fulgam made the Philadelphia team match.
The Eagles were boosted by the 2nd and 18th of the 42nd after Galen Horts missed a shotgun shot. Fulgam, however, overtook reserve corner back Dontai Johnson and Wentz delivered a perfect pass for the result that gave Philadelphia the 18-14 lead.
Nick Mullins then threw an objection that Alex Singleton was back for TD in the next captaincy of 49 players (2-2), who had been sent off to their second loss in several home matches.
Mullins committed three metamorphoses, including his loss to a tape bag by Cre’Von LeBlanc whose owner Jackson recovered to set the green light score.
Mullins went 18-to-26 for 200 yards and one drop before being replaced by CJ Beathard after the third gift.
Beatard led a late TD campaign and made the Niners into Eagles 33 before his unfinished despair in the finish area in the final play.
Niners are expected to recover their starting star Jimmy Garoppolo next week from an ankle injury that kept him out of action in two games.
Rookie Brandon Ioque fought his way to 38 yards from the landing on either side of Mullins’, and George Keitel had 15 hunting high points for 183 yards and a point to lead the Niners.
Wentz came into the week with the lowest pass rating and most transitions in the NFL. But he ran 11 yards and shot 193 yards and a point to take the Eagles to first place in NFC East with their first win of the season.
Take it away
The Eagles got their first defensive meal of the season thanks to a poor decision by Mullins. With the Niners in the red, the Mullens threw a ball to catch the ball under pressure and Rodney MacLeod came along with it. They added two more in the fourth quarter. The only takeaway for Philadelphia that entered the game came in special teams.
Wintz threw his seventh NFL-worst interception on the game’s second Philadelphia engine. A pass from Javon Kinlaw veered and a pass by Aziz Al Shaer. The seven interceptions equaled Wentz’s total in each of the past three seasons, his most since he had 14 rookies in 2016. Ron Jaworski in 1982 was the last quarterback of the Eagles with at least seven selections in the first four matches.
Eagles: RT Lin Johnson left the match in the first half due to an ankle injury but came back later. LB TJ Edwards and S Ruby Ford left the match in the first half due to hamstring injuries and did not return.
49ers: DL left Ezekiel Ansa in the first half with an arm injury and never came back. … CB K’Waun Williams left with a knee injury in the fourth quarter.
Eagles: Visit Pittsburgh on Sundays.
49ers: Hosts Miami on Sunday.
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