Instant analysis from Packers loss to Philadelphia : The Eagles defeated the Packers 40-33 on Sunday night at Lincoln Financial Field despite the Packers’ best efforts to match wits with the top team in the NFL.
Additionally suffering from an oblique injury in the second half, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was replaced by Jordan Love.
The Packers’ season record fell to 4-8 as a result of the defeat. Eagles are 10-1 overall. All night long, Philadelphia accumulated 500 yards total, 363 of which were on the ground.
Jalen Hurts, the quarterback, caused significant damage early on by rushing for more than 100 yards in the first quarter and 157 total yards on just 17 attempts.
RBs Kenneth Gainwell gained 39 yards on eight attempts with one touchdown, RB Boston Scott had 24 on three carries, and RB Miles Sanders added 143 yards on 21 carries with two more scores.
Hurts completed 16 of 28 passes for 153 yards, two touchdowns, and a passer rating of 96.3. A.J. Brown and Quez Watkins both snagged touchdown passes, while WR DeVonta Smith had four receptions for 50 yards.
The Packers kept making a comeback despite the Eagles’ 13-0 and 34-20 leads. Green Bay levelled the score at 20 in the first half but trailed 27-20 at the break.
Before getting hurt, Rodgers had a passing rating of 95.8 while going 11 of 16 for 140 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Love completed 6-of-9 throws for 113 yards and a touchdown with a 146.8 rating in relief, and Watson hauled in four passes for 110 yards and a score, giving him six touchdowns in the last three games.