Welcome to this week’s edition of the Eagles Weekly Recap. As the Eagles come off yet another win, their sights are set on finishing the season strong as the playoffs loom. The Eagles are the only team in the NFL with wins in the double digits, and they will look to add another to the win column this afternoon. Before we get to today’s kickoff, let’s recap all the latest happenings involving the Philadelphia Eagles.

  • This afternoon, the Eagles will once again take to Lincoln Financial Field as they host the Tennessee Titans. This match-up will prove to be perhaps one of the biggest tests for the run defense as the Titans have the powerful Derrick Henry coming out of the backfield. The Eagles are hoping their improved defensive front can get the job done to secure the victory. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. and can be seen on FOX.


  • Speaking of getting the job done, the Eagles have a chance at officially clinching a playoff spot by the end of the day. The Eagles will officially be in with a win over the Titans, a Giants win over the Commanders, a Rams win over the Seahawks, and a Dolphins win over the 49ers.


  • On the injury front, the Eagles will be without one of their top defenders for quite some time. The team announced that safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson was placed on injured reserved and will be out indefinitely with a lacerated kidney and rib injury which he suffered during Sunday night’s win. Defensive tackle Jordan Davis, who has missed time with an ankle injury, has been officially activated to the 53-man roster.


  • A congratulations goes to quarterback Jalen Hurts who was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Hurts put on a record-breaking, MVP-caliber performance during the Eagles’ victory over the Green Bay Packers. Of the Eagles’ 363 rushing yards on the night, Hurts accounted for 157 of them which set a franchise record for quarterback rushing yards in a single game.


  • Hurts was not the only Eagle to hit an impressive accolade Sunday night. Kicker Jake Elliot made his 17th 50+ yard field goal which is a new Eagles record from that distance. With his 170th game, center Jason Kelce also set a franchise record, this for the most amount of games played for an Eagles offensive lineman.


  • In a few roster moves, the Eagles released defensive tackle Marvin Wilson from the practice squad. The team also signed wide receiver Auden Tate, wide receiver Kawaan Baker, and offensive lineman Tyrese Robinson all to the practice squad.


That’s it for this week. Stay tuned with Total Sports Live for the latest involving the Philadelphia Eagles.

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