It would have probably been in Carson Wentz’s
Best interest if he filed for a restraining order against Washington’s defense Sunday evening. The panic button wasn’t hit at least for most of Sunday as an Eagles Fan. After a 17-0 lead by Philadelphia cut to 17-7 at half the Eagles were playing solid football, then the second half came. Carson Wentz was harassed all day long by the Washington Pass rush as the(Washington) team notched a combined 8 sacks and of course hyped up rookie 2nd overall draft pick Chase Young had some to do with that. After all, you didn’t think he would take long making a name for himself in the NFL did you? Chase young notched 1.5 sacks in his NFL debut. After a quiet 3rd quarter which resulted in just a touchdown by Washington, the score was 17-14.as a side note despite the loss of Zach Ertz in this game Philadelphia is gifted with one of the best Te duos in the league as Godert finished with 8 receptions 101 yards and a touchdown. Then the 4th quarter is where it got ugly. Washington scored 13 in the 4th quarter and it propelled them to a 27-17 comeback victory against Philadelphia. Leading some to think maybe it would have been better off if they stayed in the Locker Room at half time or maybe Chase young will be a massive spark plug for a franchise that has little to no expectations this coming season. It’s way too earlier for Eagles fans to hit the panic button, for now, their best bet will probably just have to assume it was just a bad Sunday. Philly travels home to host the La Rams next week while Washington travels to Arizona to take on Kyler Murray and the Cardinals.