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The Eagles ran the ball pretty well in the first half, rushing for 91 yards on 19 carries and notching seven rushing first downs. But Carson Wentz's fumble on a red-zone keeper on the first possession of the third quarter changed the game. After the fumble, the Eagles didn't run the ball again the rest of the game.
Carson Wentz threw for a season-high 348 yards, but had just one TD pass, a nicely-executed 27-yarder to Nelson Agholor early in the fourth quarter that got the Eagles within seven points. Agholor finished with seven catches for a career-high 141 yards.
Russell Wilson's 23-yard run-and-pitch to running back Mike Davis on third-and-eight in the fourth quarter kept alive the Seahawks' game-clinching final touchdown drive. The Seahawks, who rushed for 101 yards on the 25 carries, were just the third team to rush for 100-plus yards against the Eagles this season.
Wilson continually frustrated the Eagles' pass rush with his scrambling and was able to put pressure on the Eagles' secondary by extending plays. Two of his three touchdown passes were to running backs/tight ends. A third-quarter third-and-10 zero blitz backfired as Wilson hit Doug Baldwin for a touchdown-setting 47-yard completion.
A couple of early penalties spoiled good kickoff returns by Kenjon Barner and gave the Eagles poor field position. The Eagles' coverage teams did a good job of neutralizing returner Tyler Lockett. Donnie Jones put three punts inside the 20.
The Eagles have played from ahead most of the season. Doug Pederson said this week he'd like to see how his team reacted to playing from behind. The results weren't particularly good Sunday. All that said, if Carson Wentz doesn't fumble that ball at the goal line on the Eagles' opening drive of the second half, the Eagles might've won this game