2019 Week 4: Packers vs. Eagles
Six broken tackles by the Packers’ running back helped make an ugly stat line better than it might have been.
Numerous mistakes doomed the Packers Thursday night, but unforced errors on fourth down and near the goal line by head coach Matt LaFleur present the biggest concerns moving forward.
After three weeks of relying on the defense, Aaron Rodgers returned to form, but the Packers couldn’t stop Carson Wentz and the Eagles run game. It was Philly’s D who made the plays to win.
Three Packers went down with injuries just before or just after halftime of Thursday’s game.
The Packers’ running back gave a thumbs-up to the crowd while being wheeled off the field.
After a bit of a scare in practice this week, the Packers’ leader on defense will play in tonight’s game.
The Packers want to get the ball to Adams and Thursday night might be the perfect time to do so.
Brandon Gowton of SB Nation’s Philadelphia Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation picks the outcome of Thursday’s game.
The Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles do not offer many strong fantasy options this week.
Za’Darius Smith is on the injury report this week with a knee injury, but hopefully he is good to go.
Brandon Gowton of SB Nation’s Philadelphia Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation answers our questions about the Eagles’ place within the NFC.
Brandon Gowton of SB Nation’s Philadelphia Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation answers our questions about Philly’s injuries.
It’s going to be an interesting game on Thursday night given all the injuries on both rosters.