Posted on 18. August 2018 at 08:19 | Updated on August 18, 2018 at 08:19
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Links: Joe Callahan, Christian Hackenberg
Why: The Eagles, who gave Nate Sudfeld the majority of reruns on Thursday night, were another clear sign that she was not in Callahan Want to keep the roster. That's no surprise.
The same will be the case with Hackenberg. The former Jets & # 39; quarterback will likely be in the Eagles for some time & # 39; See preseason final against his former team. His blanket, however, is the practice group.
Wentz did not play on Thursday night, the second preseason game in a row he has seen.
It probably will not cost him a roster.
This will be a big week for Wentz and his chances to play in Week 1. The Eagles coaches and medical staff will meet sometime before Sunday training to decide if Wentz can continue 11-on-11 drills. If he does, his chances of playing in Week 1 remain intact.
If not? Then it could really be the show of Nick Foles at the season opener.
The last time Foles played the Patriots, he had the game of his career and cemented his legacy in Philadelphia Sport. This time it was almost as bad as last time.
Foles was 3/9 for 44 yards when he was in the game against the Patriots. In the defense of Foles, he did not have much time to operate because the offensive line did not withstand the Patriots Pass rush.
Foles's night ended on the sideline after suffering a shoulder strain in the second quarter.
Nate South Field
Sudfeld was the only bright spot for the Eagles against the Patriots.
Sudfeld showed all the qualities that the Eagles want in Quarterback. His accuracy was impressive. The deep passes he tried were on the money. He moved when needed, when the pressure was there.
The Eagles must be thrilled that Sudfeld takes a big step forward from his first pre-season game.