By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
In the “Battle of the Birds,” the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles won 34-7 over the Cardinals at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Eagles improved to 3-1 on the season. The Cardinals fell to 2-3 on the season.
Carson Wentz had four touchdowns in the game. He hit Nelson Agholor for a 72-yard touchdown reception. He also hit Torrey Smith for a 59-yard touchdown reception.
Wentz hit Zach Ertz for an 11-yard touchdown reception. He also hit Trey Burton for a 15-yard touchdown reception.
The Cardinals lone touchdown came when Carson Palmer hit John Brown for a 13-yard touchdown reception.
Jake Elliott, the Eagles kicker, also made a 36-yard field goal and a 28-yard field goal.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz went 21 of 30 for 304 passing yards. He also had four touchdowns and an interception.
LeGarrette Blount had 14 carries for 74 yards. Kenjon Barner also had five carries for 23 yards. Corey Clement had seven carries for 17 yards.
Agholor had four receptions for 93 yards, including a touchdown. Smith had three receptions for 70 yards, including a touchdown. Ertz had six receptions for 61 yards, including a touchdown. Alshon Jeffery had three receptions for 31 yards. Burton had two receptions for 16 yards, including a touchdown.
Eagles kicker Jake Elliott also made two field goals.
Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer went 28 of 44 for 291 passing yards. He also had a touchdown.
Chris Johnson had nine carries for 21 yards. JJ Nelson also had a 14-yard rush.
Nelson had four receptions for 80 yards. Andre Ellington had nine receptions for 65 yards. Larry Fitzgerald had six receptions for 51 yards. Jaron Brown had three receptions for 39 yards. John Brown had two receptions for 26 yards, including a touchdown.
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