Hello, everybody, and welcome into the broadcast.
I am Samuel Ray is coming to you live right here on SportsCastr.
It's Monday Night football, too.
Well, not to wrap up Week 12 of the NFL season due to the Ravens Steelers game being postponed a total of three times now.
But still, it's Monday night Football.
Seahawks Eagles from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Star.
I couldn't be on for the first quarter, but here we are to begin the second quarter.
No score, 00 and we've got a false start against the Eagles on offense here before the quarter even gets underway.
Jalen Hurts was under center, the Seahawks seven and three, looking to retain the top spot in the NFC West.
The Eagles, 36 and one believe they're not a win would put them in first place in the NFC East.
That was Jalen Hurts.
First snap this season without Carson Wentz on the field, and here we go again, whence throws to the sideline, the catch made by Al Shaun Geoffrey, and it will make it third and manageable here for the Eagles, it will be third and eight, to be exact.
The penalty hurting Philadelphia a bit.
We'll see if they can convert here.
I'll Shaun Geoffrey in his ninth season.
That was his 417th career reception.
And so here we go.
On a big third down in the last three games, the Eagles, just two for 24 on third down, went back in there for the Eagles in the pocket, under pressure and down he goes.
It's a sack for the Seattle defense.
It's Jaren read for Seattle.
Making the play in Philadelphia will have to punt whence was looking right for Jeffrey, but Jeffrey just took a while to get to his spot.
And really, none of the receivers could get any separation, either.
And in the end, Carson Wentz had to take the sack.
And so the punt is up in away from Cameron Johnston.
It's a good punch, called it the 20 and now will be returned out by read beyond the 30 yard line with 13 37 to go in the second quarter.
We're still scoreless on Monday Night Football from Philadelphia.
In a pivotal game in the NFC.
You could argue Seattle in the best division in football, and there's no argument that Philadelphia is in the worst division division in football.
Carson Wentz, just two of seven, A total of four yards, and he's also been sacked twice.
Be interesting to see if at any point tonight Doug Peterson decides to turn things around and put hurts in there, we'll keep an eye on that sideline.
Meanwhile, Wilson on the other side.
Seven of 10 for 56 yards.
He's been sacked twice.
A swell on the fake, a quick release over the middle.
The catch is made by Tyler Lockett out of bounds at about midfield in a big gain to begin the drive for Seattle.
Thank you, Jimmy, by the way, for joining the broadcast across route that time from Tyler Lockett and Nichelle Roby.
Coleman just couldn't keep up.
First down for the Seahawks, right at midfield.
Two receivers on the far side, one on the near side.
Lock it now in motion to the backfield.
It's handed off, and to the edge goes high, but nowhere toe go as he has stopped in the backfield.
Ah, great tackle by Jalen Mills.
Phenomenal play by the safety for the Eagles.
Carlos Side was trying to get to the outside right, but Jalen Mills denying him the lane, and it's a loss of three.
Here's 2nd and 13 Seattle back into their own half of the field play clock down to one.
They get it off in time.
Wilson, under some pressure, gets out of it.
The throw is low and incomplete for Jacob Hollister, third down and long.
Good coverage from the Eagles secondary.
So on 3rd and 13, a tight engine.
Three wide receivers on the field for Seattle.
Can the Seahawks convert dropping Bacca's Wilson? The extra pressure comes.
I'll take a shot deep downfield.
Metcalf down to the one yard line and its first and goal for Seattle.
An absolute dime from Russell Wilson.
How about that for a 52 yard completion? Wow, Now Seattle will hurry up to the line from the one it's handed off.
Trying to bully his way in is Chris Carson, but he'll be stopped short by Singleton.
Well, we know D K.
Metcalf has the wheels.
A sleigh isn't to slow himself, but T.
Metcalf is just on a whole nother level when he turns it up a gear.
Pete Carroll absolutely loving it.
What a dime from Russell Wilson all night long.
Metcalfe in Slay.
That will be a fun matchup.
They already got in a scuffle back in the first quarter 25 reception of 25 plus yards for D K.
Metcalf since 2019, when he came into the league.
And now Wilson is gonna throw to the corner of the end zone and that balls caught touchdown.
And it's David Moore who puts the Seahawks on the board.
Ah, one yard touchdown reception.
Wilson just put it up there, and Maurin Isolation made the catch.
That ball perfectly placed from Wilson and want to drive from the Seattle offense.
So the deadlock is broken.
Six plays, 68 yards and just two minutes 41 seconds for Seattle on that scoring drive.
And now here comes the extra point, and it's not through by Jason Myers.
We finally have a score on Monday Night Football.
Russell Wilson connecting with David Moore.
Seven Nothing Seahawks on top.
The Eagles offense is now called into action.
Next, stay tuned.
The action continues from the link.
Welcome back in.
Thanks for joining Jason Russell.
Wilson has thrown the third most passing touchdowns in the first nine seasons in NFL history, Onley behind the great Dan Marino and the great Peyton Manning Wilson with 258.
Quite the feat in what's been a great career for Russell Wilson thus far.
10 56 to go in the first half. Seven.
Nothing Seattle After that touchdown drive.
Now let's see how Philadelphia respond.
This one will be returned from inside the five and pushed down at the 20 WAAS Boston Scott well over a 15 yard return for Scott and back Outcomes.
Carson Wentz and this Philadelphia offense.
In June 2019 went signed a four year extension through 2024 $109.
9 million guarantee.
That's the fourth most in the league.
If he's not on the roster in 2021 it would cost the Eagles $59.
2 million on the salary cap.
And if he's not on the roster in 2022 it would cost the Eagles 24 a half million dollars on their salary cap.
Eagles offense within abysmal first four drives.
A total of negative four yards and not a single first down.
Can they turn it around here? Ah, fake from whence under pressure has to throw it in the ground as he was closed in on by Jamal Adams.
That brings up second intent.
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Howie Roseman, the executive vice president and general manager of the Eagles.
Up in a sweet watching on.
It's been a frustrating season for the Philadelphia team.
Jeffrey Lori, the Eagles chairman and chief executive officer, also watching on as frustrating as it's been.
There's still just a half game out of first place in division as this will be handed off two miles.
He picks up about eight yards, sets up third and to the Eagles, still seeking.
They're very 1st, 1st down to the game.
Can they get it here? Trailing seven? Nothing.
Thank you for the whistle, Jason.
Glad you're enjoying the broadcast.
Here's 3rd and 24 Philadelphia.
And with the play clock winding down the Eagles, we'll use their first time out of the first half with 10 14 ago in the second quarter.
Yeah, it looked like there was a helmet problem.
Perhaps the communication wasn't working properly as the Eagles, where we're nowhere close to getting to the line of scrimmage and ready to hike that ball forced in the time out. Seven. Nothing.
Seattle Seahawks Elite Seahawks looking to stay on top of the NFC West.
A win would move them to eight and three.
Ah, lost for the Eagles.
Well, that would keep them in third.
Look at the NFC East standings.
The Giants and Washington lead the division at four and seven, then it's the Eagles at 36 and won the Cowboys in last at three and eight.
But the division so close, everyone within one game of each other and they hand the ball off but stopped at the line of scrimmage was mild Sanders, and it's gonna be another fourth down for the Eagles trying to get a block.
But no luck for Sanders on the play, and eventually it was L.
Collier who was able to get to him in the lack of talent on this Philadelphia offense.
Fully on display tonight.
Thank you, John and Rob for joining another punt for the Eagles.
This will be returning a big hit delivered on the flight.
It was day beyond Taylor, who sent read to the floor in a vicious manner.
9 25 left in the opening half.
Seahawks with the ball leading.
The lack of offensive production for Philadelphia.
The story thus far.
Seattle with a chance to make it a two score game.
Next, welcome back in everybody.
A rainy night from Lincoln Financial Field, although it looks like it might have cleared up a bit.
I know it was, Ah, very windy day with very windy day, causing power outages here in New England, Um, with some downpours as well throughout the day.
Sporadically look at the total yards.
Seattle The first downs ate nothing.
Lee lead by seven.
But it's been all Seattle thus far, and we'll see if they can really step on the gas here.
They start to drive from the 34 with 9 25 to go in the half.
Wilson hands it off, met Rather Carson with a stiff arm spinning on Lee to get back to the line of scrimmage.
Although there is a flag thrown on the play, it's like they're going to get Duke Riley for a horse collar penalty against the Eagles as the referees huddle up and discuss.
But I didn't look like it to me, honestly.
So indeed, it is a horse collar penalty on Duke Riley.
Technically, they didn't get it right.
Looking on at replay, he had his arm on the collar and tugged them back.
So the right call by the rule book sets up a first down for the Seahawks, the ball right at midfield.
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Wilson will scramble, gets the throw off catch made by Carson for a moment there, his teammates, Cedrick Abu, he got in the way.
In the end, it's about a five yard gain for Carson ball on the 40 six yard line of the Eagles.
Here comes second and five.
Wilson hands it off Carson to the outside, and he's got a first down.
And as this game, as this game continues, its you can only you can only imagine that it's gonna just get Mawr tiring and tiring for the Siegel's defense, especially if their offense can't get anything going and their offense has been on the field for such a short period of time midway through the second quarter.
Wilson, spinning left under pressure, will throw it up in.
It's a complete in the area.
We do have a flag thrown down field.
It was sweat with the pressure.
Great effort to get to Wilson in the end, But it is a penalty against Philadelphia.
Illegal contact called on Darius Slight five yard penalty, and it gives the Seahawks another first down.
Sure, at the very end there was a little shove from sleigh on Metcalfe.
Maybe a little bit of a soft call, but nonetheless, it's the sixth penalty against the Eagles tonight.
And so you're comes First down in 10 from the Eagles 33.
It's handed off.
Up the middle goes Carlos Hyde eventually got tripped up.
He wanted Mawr got eight yards.
Ultimately, De came at CAF and seriously, they've been going at it from the very beginning of the night.
Had a scuffle in the first quarter, Two very big guys who aren't afraid to be aggressive Medcalf showing slaves slay his speed down the field.
On that last drive, an absolute dime from Russell Wilson, Wilson will throw out why catch is made, and that should be enough for the first down.
Tyler Lockett with graft.
Metcalf was the ninth, the ninth.
You heard me right wide receiver selected in the 2019 draft and his ranks among wide receiver selected in the first two rounds first and receptions first and receiving yards and tied for first with a J.
Brown in receiving touchdowns.
A lot of teams passed on him, including my favorite team, the Patriots.
Instead, we got in the keel.
Harry and I don't even have toe tell you how that's going, as Russell Wilson will find Medcalf, who looks for the hurdle, eventually forced out of bounds.
Metcalf. Such an athletic player.
It does set up first and goal for Seattle.
Yeah, madcap. Caught that in space.
Try to jump over Sleigh.
Slay wasn't having it, though, as he just forced him out of bounds.
Sets up first and goal for the Seahawks.
With the ball currently placed at the six yard line 118 yards receiving for D.
K. Metcalf. The rest of the team has 33.
Wilson, against the blitz has to throw it away.
Nobody in the corner of the end zone.
Second down in gold. Coming up.
It was Derek Barnett that time with the pressure for Philadelphia, but now we have a flag thrown.
And if Wilson was still in the pocket, this could be intentional grounding.
But I just I'm not 100% sure he was inside the pocket.
Apparently. So Yep.
So that is the call intentional ground against Russell Wilson.
He's putting his case.
Let's see the replay here.
So the snap was from the right hash.
And so, with that imaginary line, Yeah, he was clearly still in the pocket, and there was no receiver anywhere in the area where that ball was thrown.
It's the correct call, a late flag, but it does look like they got it right.
Yeah, and so that moves it back to the 16 yard line and its second and goal for Seattle.
It's handed off.
It goes to Carson Carson, weaving through and charging into the end zone.
Seattle Chris Carson with an explosive run 16 yards to the end zone and the Seahawks with a 13.
Yep, a little bit of space.
And then Carson, at the very end, was being held back by Roddy McCloy but just would not go down getting every and she could.
Pete Carroll fired up on the sideline.
A great job by Carson.
An eight play, 66 yard, four minutes scoring drive for Seattle.
And the extra point is good from Jason Myers.
Seattle Double the lead. 14.
Nothing on Monday Night Football.
5 27 left in the second quarter.
Now rushing Touchdown.
Chris Carson this time.
Seattle on top from the Link.
Welcome back in 14. Nothing.
Seattle on top of Philadelphia, 5 27 to go in the first half.
14 1st downs for Seattle.
Meanwhile, just 15 total plays for Philadelphia.
If that doesn't tell you the story that I don't know, what will Eagles will get the football.
We'll see if their offense can at last do something positive with the football.
This'll be let go into the end zone for a touchback.
Well, the NFC East, obviously just a horrible division.
The Giants in Washington four and seven, the Eagles, 36 and won the Cowboys three and eight.
And for teams to win the division with a losing record, there's only been two of them the 2010 Seahawks in the 2014 Panthers.
But here's the catch.
Both of those teams one their their opening playoff games.
So surprising as that may be, maybe it gives the NFC East Division winners some hope.
Five drives, four yards, no first downs for this Philadelphia offense, once surrounded and the play blown dead, whence not happy at all, he was still upright, but it will go down as a sack, not your everyday sack.
But I believe it will be **** afford.
Who gets credit for it? Yeah, once definitely had a case.
Uh, that whistle shouldn't have been blown.
That place should continue.
Now when scrambling on 2nd and 16, he'll run with it.
He's got a first down spinning to the 40 yard line, and there is the very 1st 1st down to the game for the Eagles.
And who would have guessed that it would be a went run for 16 yards? And now the Eagles, trying to go up tempo here? Can they get in the rhythm? Whence dropping back in the pocket has protection.
It's a low throwing complete Jamal Adams was right near that ball could have intercepted it, but instead it's 2nd and 10.
And for a moment there, he Wentz did have a man open.
He's been off target on 23.
3% of his throws.
That's the highest rate in the NFL.
He's two of nine for four yards.
Spend sack three times.
They get away just in time, went to the sideline.
Catch May on the turn.
Scott does obtain If no, he doesn't.
Actually, he's maybe a half yard short.
I thought you got it.
And yes, he did.
First down Eagles on the 49 yard line.
Wentz too high for Greg Ward makes it second down.
Philadelphia trying to get into Seattle's half of the field for the first time in this game.
Very important drive for the Siegel's offense Here.
Once three of 11, the Eagles simply have to put points on the board here before we reach halftime.
The first step to doing that is crossing midfield on the fake catch made in the backfield and taking off to the 43 of Seattle.
Was Jalen Rieger an eight yard gain? The rookie out of I believe Temple.
If I remember correctly off the top of my head.
Third down in to now.
Last three games.
Philadelphia two for 26 on third down.
Whence quick release caught in the backfield by Sanders cutting to the inside, pushing to the line to gain.
And by the way, it's looking.
It seems as though I'll say he got enough for a first down.
It was close, that's for sure. Here you go.
With a viewpoint from the first down marker, just barely that ball got to where it needed to be.
Fresh set of downs went throwing left, and that throw is bobbled and eventually dropped by Miles Sanders on what seemed to be a sure catch.
There is a penalty marker down.
Let's see who it's on.
So hands to the face on Trey Flowers of the Seahawks.
Yeah, and so a fresh set of downs for Philadelphia.
The ball in the Seattle 36 and that snap gets by once he'll get on it now, looking to throw.
He does so as it goes out of bounds, and that's probably the best scenario possible.
If once had gone down, that would have been what a 25 yard loss or something like it.
Yep. And that throw did.
They said it got back to the line of scrimmage, but I'm not sure it did.
Might have been a yard short.
And perhaps whence got away with what should have been a penalty.
Yeah, I definitely I definitely think that was a yard maybe too short.
Not sure what the referee saw.
So play that can't be challenged.
And so the Eagles gotta break second in 10 now from the 36 when stands in Off up the middle, Scott down to the 30.
The tackle made by Ryan. Neil.
All right, let's see where that throw landed from whence that's three yards short of the line of scrimmage.
Um, that's a That was a very clear missed call by the officials and the Eagles.
We'll take us down to the two minute warning after the break.
It will be third down and five Philadelphia with an important drive trying to get on the board, they trail 14 zip from Lincoln Financial Field.
Fun for joining the broadcast final two minutes of the half.
Coming your way Next.
Don't go anywhere.
Coming up on the halftime report, I'll talk about the Ravens Steelers being postponed until Wednesday, the third rescheduling of that game, and I'll recap all of the best action from yesterday around the NFL.
Don't miss it. That's next on the halftime report.
But first, the final two minutes of the second quarter.
Third down and five Wentz finds room and runs into it, spinning across the 30.
And it's a first down for Philadelphia, spending across the 20 I should say.
And now the Eagles will hurry up their current drive.
10 plays, 57 yards, nearly four minutes fresh.
Shut it down from the 18, whence hands it off.
This time it goes to Scott down at the 12 yard line.
No, that's the 12 Clement with the Kerry.
That's his first contribution to the game six yard gain.
Here's second and four.
Philadelphia, holding on to their two timeouts for now on the fake, went sliding, left under pressure.
Will throw it out of bounds, stops the clock with 64 seconds left, and it will be third and four for the Eagles, really, once his only option there.
Three points on the last 20 drives for the Eagles that have started in their own territory.
The struggles been real for Philadelphia.
On offense, that's an understatement.
Wentz Mawr Rush yards tonight with 33 than passing yards.
24 third and four.
It's handed off two miles Sanders, and he's got the first down tackle made the six yard line by Jamal Adams and its first and goal for the Eagles.
The clock continues to roll with about 50 seconds remaining.
The Eagles current drive.
13 place, 69 yards.
It was down, Scott in motion and the throw will go to Ghadir, who goes down at the three.
And now the Eagles will use their second time out with 17 seconds remaining.
It'll be second and goal.
The Seahawks defense has really been uncharacteristically poor this season.
7 past yards per game allowed on pace for the most NFL history in 434.
9 total yards per game allowed this season.
They're on pace, I should say, for the third most in NFL history, but only 12 past yards allowed tonight and I know it's against a very poor Eagles offense, but It's still been a lot better then the way it's gone, the season for Seattle.
Their defense is what's let them down.
Really, uh, in their losses.
All right, here we go.
Second and goal ball on the three yard line one time out remaining for Philadelphia, 17 seconds to go in the half, whence fix left throws over the middle, and it's caught in the end zone.
It's Dallas Gut IRT with the touchdown reception, three yards and the Eagles on the board, a chance to cut the deficit in half with the extra point to come.
And finally, a reason for Philadelphia fans to celebrate, at least for the moment.
That was a must needed drive there for the Eagles when it's just very calm in the pocket, took his time, had the protection and delivered over the middle of the Goddard.
And the extra point, though, is no good wide left from Jake Elliott, who's been perfect on extra points this season.
Well, doesn't that bring Bring about really a indicator of how this Eagle season has gone in how this NFC East division has been? They put together such a great drive? I must needed one and then don't convert the extra point.
A very Eagles like thing to Dio.
But still, the touchdown does make it a one score game.
It stays 14 6, though, with the missed extra point from Elliot, 12 seconds to go in the half.
And most likely, the Seahawks will just need it and take us into the break.
No fans allowed for this one.
Maybe that's a better for the Eagles.
Or else they'd be hearing a lot of booze.
By the way, this first half has played out.
They started with no fans, and in their last three home games they allowed 7500 but then had to go back to know fans do toe restrictions put back in place in Philadelphia on Saturday at noon, Eastern time.
Pacific It will be a battle in the Big 10.
Ohio State will be at Michigan State.
Should be an interesting one.
Michigan State Not ranked, obviously, but the two wins they have have been big upsets, beating their rivals Michigan and then Northwestern last weekend in Seattle.
Take a knee that takes us to the half.
The Seahawks will receive the second half kickoff.
The halftime report at the break.
It's the Seattle Seahawks.
14, the Philadelphia Eagles six on Monday Night Football here in week 12 of the season.
Thanks everyone for tuning in.
Sorry I couldn't beyond for the first quarter, but better late than never right that was actually handling post game interview duties for the Boston College basketball game.
Tough loss for them to ST John's.
I am immediate member for ah, BC men's basketball.
I could take part in the post game press conference, so that's what I was busy doing, Uh, before this game got underway.
But welcome into the halftime report nonetheless, Seahawks leading by eight trying to stay atop the very competitive NFC West Division and the Eagles with more of the same on offense.
In fact, it was a abysmal for the entirety of that first half, except that final drive, and that was a must needed final drive there for the Eagles to get on the board.
All right, we got some news elsewhere.
Here's the updated NFL schedule After the Ravens Steelers was postponed yet again so that Ravens Steelers game will take place now on Wednesday at 3 40 Eastern time, an afternoon game and then the Washington and Steelers game got moved.
Thio next Monday at five Eastern time.
The regularly scheduled Monday Night football game between the Bills and 40 Niners will take place at 8 15 as scheduled, although that game will now be played in Arizona due to the restrictions in Santa Clara County, disabling the 40 Niners from playing games at their home stadium.
And then the Ravens Cowboys game, which was originally going to be played on this on this Thursday night for Thursday Night Football, then got moved to Monday night once the Ravens Steelers was moved to originally Tuesday before getting moved to Wednesday.
Now that Ravens Cowboys game has been moved to next Tuesday for an 805 Eastern time, check off hope you, Trent.
Hope you got all that information.
I know it's a lot, but that's the type of season is Ah, lot of fluidity with the schedule, but so far still no games canceled through 12 weeks of the season.
As long as that Raven Steelers game goes ahead on Wednesday, the halftime report will continue after the break.
I'll give you a recap of all the action around the league.
Always a very eventful Sunday, yesterday and week 12 of the season.
Stay tuned for that. It's on the way.
Welcome back into the halftime report on Monday Night Football here on SportsCastr of 14 to 6.
Advantage for the Seattle Seahawks over the Philadelphia Eagles at the break.
Thanks everyone for tuning in help.
You had a good Monday.
I know Mondays are tough, especially back from Thanksgiving break.
Um, but nonetheless, hope you guys are doing well and enjoying the broadcast thus far.
Um, yeah, and and so far in this game, yes, it's a one score game.
But the way the Sea Eagles offense has been playing, it's something is going to need to turn something some things need Thio.
Something will need to change because I could easily see the Seahawks running away with this game in the second half.
Once their offense really turns it up a gear and steps on the gas, Philadelphia could, uh, could could have this game well out of reach from them, uh, in a hurry.
All right, for now, let me recap all of the important action from yesterday.
in the NFL, all in three minutes.
We start with a marquee matchup.
The Kansas City Chiefs in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Patrick Mahomes yet again, just putting on a show.
Tyreek Hill, his main target boy.
Did Hill have a phenomenal game 269 yards for Hill, three touchdowns and the Chiefs would win it over the Buccaneers, 27 24.
The scoreline A little closer than you know the game may have suggested based on how it played out.
Saints, Broncos, the Broncos Not a single eligible quarterback ableto play.
It was hinting off the practice squad who would start at quarterback.
The Saints would comfortably win, as expected.
The Titans cults.
Tennessee would get revenge in a big way.
They lost the Colts early in the season.
They get the wind yesterday, 45 to 26.
Chargers Bills Buffalo with another win, 27 17. The final.
The Bills, Now 83 40 Niners Rams.
Meanwhile, the 40 Niners were dealing with the background noise of them not being able to play at their home stadium for the next couple weeks.
They would overcome all that decide distraction if you like and pull off the upset win over the Rams, 23 20 a game winning field goal as time expired.
Speaking of game winning field goals as time expired, Nick Folk from 50 yards would win it for New England.
Still a possibility for this Patriots team after a huge win over the Cardinals.
Las Vegas With just ah, horrible performance, 43 to 6, Atlanta went in a shocking result.
This one was close throughout.
How about Jeremy Chin, the first player since 1947 to have two fumbles return for a touchdown? But it would be Minnesota who got the win game winning drive late from Kirk Cousins, 28 27.
Cleveland would get the win, 27 25 secretly, the Browns are eight and three, avoiding officially their first losing season since 2000 and seven.
Meanwhile, the Dolphins taking on the Jets.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, starting as to I had an injury.
The Dolphins would handle business.
The Jets would stay winless.
New York, now oh, and 11 in prime position for the number one pick in the draft 22 3 was the final of that game, the Dolphins, now seven and four.
So that was your update around the NFL.
And what was another jam packed Sunday slate of games that definitely did not disappoint in the slightest? Alright, coming up after the break, I'll get you out the second half action from Centurylink Field between the Sea Hawks and Eagles.
Stay tuned for that.
Seattle at the midway point.
Welcome back in everybody Monday Night Football from Centurylink Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Week 12 of the NFL season and currently the Seahawks with a eight point lead over the Eagles.
Philadelphia did show some life there at the end of the first half.
We'll see if that can provide them any momentum heading into the second half.
The Seahawks do get the ball to begin this third quarter.
Thanks everyone for tuning in and look at the quarterback comparison so far tonight.
Wilson, 13 of 18 for 152 yards a touchdown.
Two times he was sacked, no rush yards once.
Meanwhile, seven of 17 1 touchdown, no interceptions.
He has 33 rush yards, so listen, it wasn't shaky first half.
No doubt an awful first half for most of that first half for the offense of the Eagles, uh, and whence obviously hasn't been finding any success throwing the ball.
But on that last touchdown drive to end the second quarter, he did start running the ball more and and it was working a bit, Uh, now at at that point in the game nearing that end of the first half, the last thing you could afford If you're Philadelphia was Thio and the half with no points on the board, they didn't even settle for a field goal. They ended up getting a touchdown.
30 plays for the Eagles tonight, just 74 yards.
That's the fewest at half time in their last 30 games.
So clearly improvements will have to be made.
But they have made a one score game, and maybe they could make an interesting second half if they can keep it within reach.
As this kick from Jake Elliott is into the end zone for a touchback.
So the Eagles defense takes to the field and let's see if the Seahawks can start the second half off on the right note as they get the football.
The Eagles offense on the first five drives, four yards, zero first downs.
But on the last drive, 70 yards capped off with a touchdown, dropping back his Russell Wilson Wilson with time, he'll take a shot deep down the sideline just out of reach for D.
Nice coverage by Darius Slay as that ball had potential.
Just a tad bit overthrown soon.
And so here comes 2nd and 10.
Nine targets, seven receptions.
He sits out this play on a fake from Wilson.
He side arms this throw and completes toe Hollister.
That's a three yard gain for Seattle.
Going back to yesterday.
The play that was quite impressive was the past, from Mahomes to Hill on.
Then Tyreek Hill after making a move to get by defender doing a back flip into the end zone.
Boy, did he have a fun game yesterday? Tyree Kill.
Wow! All the performance from him, 27 24.
The Chiefs would beat the Buccaneers.
Meanwhile, in this one here is third and seven for Seattle.
Philadelphia enforce a rare three and out upon Seattle.
Here comes the Bullets rolling.
He has toe throw the catch made by Carson, but only about a half yard gained and Seattle will punch fourth down and seven.
So a great job by this Philadelphia defense as Hargrave got to Wilson.
And so Michael Dixon, we'll punt.
Greg Ward back to return for the Eagles, will be returned from the 15 by Ward Ward, cutting to the outside this decent return out of the 29 yard line.
And with 13 22 to go in the third, Carson Wentz in the Philadelphia Eagles have a chance to potentially tie this game.
We'll see what the offense could do.
They have the ball for the first time this half.
Next, stay tuned.
It's a close one on Monday Night Football.
Welcome back, everybody.
Carson Wentz, back in 2017, had a 4.
7 touchdown interception ratio.
You had 11 and to record.
But the last three seasons it has gone downhill, just 2.
3 touchdown interception ratio in a 17 19 and one record.
Course that great year he had or really good year he had is how I should phrase.
It was the year they would ultimately go on to win the Super Bowl Philadelphia Once we get injured and Nick Foles would take over.
This drive for the Eagles begins from the 28 yard line, trailing by eight cutting to the middle.
He picks up a couple Sharon Reed on the tackle for Seattle.
Yeah, all in the 30 yard line.
Now the Eagles, trying to play with a rhythm here, up tempo looking, left his whence Wentz under pressure.
He'll be brought down but actually gets a yard as his mo mention brought him forward.
Great tackle nonetheless by LJ Collier Volleyer.
Got to Wentz from behind.
That sets up third and seven for the Eagles.
Okay, in motion.
Jalen Rigor, the rookie whence looking left.
And that is a strike to Al.
Shaun Geoffrey in stride.
He makes the catch and the Eagles move the chains.
Finally, Jeffrey able to get some separation eagles trying to get something going here.
Ball in the 40 play action now whence throws to Sanders all right to him, but he couldn't hold it in because it was dropped.
The incompletion makes its 2nd and 10 for Philadelphia.
So, Jeffrey, on the sideline for this play tonight.
Wences, eight of 1939 yards.
He's also her in.
He's also run the ball for 34 yards.
Here's second intent went over the middle, another low throw, but they catch made anyways by Dallas Ghadir Jamal Adams claiming it hit the ground, the Eagles hurrying up.
It'll be third and one now.
Philadelphia will slow it down a bit, as once is checking quite a while to organize.
Might be a little confusion.
Play clock winding down, and it's a quarterback keeper as whence just puts his head down and picks up the yard he needed for the first down.
Yeah, once saw that that option was there at the last second, and after all of that lengthy communication whence decides to hold on and he gets the first down about 4.
5 minutes played in the second half.
Ball right at midfield.
Wentz, with time and space delivers down the sideline, this time they catch by Richard Rodgers.
It's another first down for the Eagles, and all of a sudden, this Philadelphia offense looking much improved compared to how the first five drives played out for them, whence 10 of 21 65 yards, just 35 rush yards leads the team as a matter of fact, Play clock down to five and get it off.
Quick release over the middle catches made its Dallas Goddard all the way to the 17 yard line and the Eagles in business and into the red zone.
And thats better from Carson Wentz.
No doubt about it.
Adams was coming straight for him.
Play action, Working here for the Eagles got its fourth reception of the game in motion.
Here is Jalen Rieger, that is, caught rigor, Onley ableto get back to the line of scrimmage that'll make it 2nd and 10 current drive for Philadelphia.
Nine plays, 55 yards just under five minutes and counting and three tight ends out there.
All three of them.
Wilson, Goddard and Rogers whence with time throws an incompletion over the middle 3rd and 10.
Yeah, he just wasn't the same picture he was looking for. Richard Rogers.
Rogers was going the opposite way, and so a big third down here for Philadelphia play clock down one and a quick time out called by Wen's just in the nick of time.
That's the first time out called by either team this half with 8 16 to go in quarter three.
So we'll see how this drive ends for Philadelphia.
Hey, the Eagles have some life.
There's no doubt about it.
And by the way, the first five drives went for Philadelphia, it was really hard to imagine that they'd be in the situation where they can potentially tie the game with a touchdown in the two point conversion.
But to solid offensive drives back to back to end the first half and now to be Thio begin the second half have given the Siegel's team a chance.
There's no doubt about it.
Zero red zone takeaways in the past 18 games for the Seahawks defense.
By the way, that's the longest drought in the NFL.
Let's see what they can do here as they try to stop the Eagles on third down in 10.
On the near side is Greg Ward went with pressure and he goes down in a hurry.
The sack down went goes of the 25 yard line, and it will force a field goal attempt from Jake Elliott.
Wow, It's really pouring out outside where I live here in New England's It's been like that all day long.
Yeah, and so Jake Elliott, 10 for 14 on field goals this season.
This is a 42 yard attempt, and he knocks it through with ease and the Eagles make it a five point game.
We do have a flag down.
Looks like it was thrown after the play.
It's gonna be offsides on the defense declined, anyways.
Now offsides on trade flowers.
That penalty declined.
The field goal is good.
Midway through the third quarter, it's the Eagles, with nine unanswered points coming up.
Next, Russell Wilson takes to the field, Seahawks leading 14 to 9 and a good one on Monday Night Football.
A reminder that Week 12 Not done yet.
On Wednesday at 3:40 p.m.
Eastern time, the Baltimore Ravens will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers.
That time is subject to change, as that game has now been rescheduled for the third time, but fingers crossed that it will go ahead on Wednesday afternoon.
We're seeing things we've never seen before in NFL season due to the pandemic, but the NFL doing what it has to do, this will be returned taken out to the 22 yard line, 7 27 left in the third quarter.
Well, the Eagles on that third down play last drive had actually a miscommunication.
And that's what enabled Jamal Adams to get to went so quickly, and that sack forced Philadelphia to settle for a field goal.
Nonetheless, they made it a five point game with nine unanswered points.
Let's see how Seattle Response in motion.
Let's hand it off to Chris Carson, pushing ahead for a gain of three second Town and eight now for the Seahawks.
Well, if this Philadelphia defense could make another stop and forced Seattle upon again No, really, the Eagles will really give their offense a chance to make this a game.
Wilson Whole throw to the left sideline catch made by Metcalf out of bounds for the first town.
Thanks a nine yard gain to move the chains.
The throw on point from Russell Wilson, as we see so often from him that Kathy receptions for 127 yards.
Tonight he's averaging about 16 yards a reception as Wilson will toss it over to Carson Carson, accelerating in backing his way forward.
If that makes sense.
Just short of the first down, it'll make it second and inches.
Yeah, Carson got turned around, was still able to back pedal forward for an extra yard or two at the very end of that run.
Carson 43 rush yards in 18 receiving yards.
It's on the ground again to Carlos Hyde.
This time he goes up the middle for a first down Seahawks with 18.
Russia's for 62 yards.
24 passes for a total of 159 yards.
In motion this time was Hollister Wilson dropping back over the middle.
But the ball came out and it's picked up by the Eagles, although whistles were blown and they'll rule it in.
And will they ruled in completion, or will they rule them down? I think they've ruled Metcalfe down, and it will be a first down for Seattle.
Let's see the replay here.
Well, his knee was definitely down before the ball came out.
The question is, did Metcalfe ever have control for it to be a catch? Well, the Seahawks try to hurry up Aske Wickus, they could, but play will be halted as a challenge.
Flag has been thrown by Doug Peterson.
Yeah, this will be a big call coming up.
It's pretty close.
I just don't know.
He was definitely down, but did he have control of the ball? That's the question.
We'll find out the answer. Next.
Could the challenge payoff for Peterson? Let's see after the break.
All right, so the call on the field does stand the challenge.
Unsuccessful for Doug Peterson.
And, Yeah, Metcalfe did have control his knee, No doubt was down before the ball came out.
And so it is a catch.
First down Seattle on what a big play that is for the Seahawks ball now on the 35 of Philadelphia for 19 to play in the third quarter on the fake Wilson, we'll complete Thio Jacob Hollister for an eight yard pickup to the 27 yard line.
Wilson did take a big hit.
After that passed, I was caught by Metcalf downfield, but he seems to be just fine after that.
Wilson, 18 of 24 for 191 yards and a touchdown.
Here comes second and two for Seattle.
Hurry up to the line of scrimmage, play clock down to two together the way quick throw out wide caught in the backfield by Mawr trying to make a move inside.
But not fooled by.
That was to Riley, who makes a big tackle in the backfield.
And that's a significant lost for Seattle.
Sure, and that makes it third and four for the Seahawks.
Only two catches for Lockett tonight.
By the way, could Wilson go to him here? Yes, he does.
But what a play by Nichelle Roby.
The tackle stops Lockett a yard short of the line again, and it's fourth and one for Pete Carroll. Side.
Great job by Robie Coleman.
That's a big time play, which will keep it a one score game, no matter what happens here.
On this field goal attempt from Jason Myers.
He's 12 for 12 on the season.
His last one was made from 23 this one from much further out.
It's a 44 yard attempt from the right hash.
Here's the snap.
The hold is good, the kick is up and he nails it from 44.
Jason Myers makes it an eight point game.
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Enjoy the rest of this game.
It's a good one.
Seattle 17, Philadelphia nine in the late goings of Quarter three.
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