Eagles 27, Redskins 24
EAGLES ...27 REDSKINS ...24 David Akers kicked a 32-yard field goal with 1:48 remaining to complete Philadelphia's second straight fourth-quarter rally. A week ago, Donovan McNabb led the Eagles to a late touchdown in a 24-20 win at Chicago. Akers made all four of his field goals, extending his streak to 16. Asante Samuel had two interceptions and McNabb threw for 260 yards and one TD. Jason Campbell had 231 yards passing and two TDs for Washington, which fell short at the end for the second straight week. The injury-depleted Redskins lost 7-6 at Dallas last weekend. Washington7773-24Philadelphia106011-27 First Quarter Was-Campbell 1 run (Suisham kick), 13:06.Phi-FG Akers 29, 8:55. Phi-D.Jackson 35 pass from McNabb (Akers kick), 2:48. Second Quarter Was-Moss 4 pass from Campbell (Suisham kick), 11:44. Phi-FG Akers 24, :49. Phi-FG Akers 41, :03. Third Quarter Was-Davis 10 pass from Campbell (Suisham kick), 8:34. Fourth Quarter Was-FG Suisham 25, 11:42. Phi-Buckley 1 run (McCoy pass from McNabb), 7:24. Phi-FG Akers 32, 1:48. A-69,144. WasPhiFirst downs1517Total Net Yards303381Rushes-yards25-8229-123Passing221258Punt Returns1-12-27Kickoff Returns6-1193-35Interceptions Ret.1-32-17Comp-Att-Int22-37-221-36-1Sacked-Yards Lost1-102-2Punts5-46.65-43.4Fumbles-Lost0-00-0Penalties-Yards7-397-60Time of Possession29:4230:18 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Washington, Cartwright 15-38, Ganther 5-32, Mason 3-10, Campbell 2-2. Philadelphia, McCoy 17-76, Weaver 6-44, Vick 2-4, Buckley 2-1, McNabb 2-(minus 2). PASSING-Washington, Campbell 22-37-2-231. Philadelphia, McNabb 21-35-1-260, Vick 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING-Washington, D.Thomas 4-46, Davis 4-43, Moss 4-28, Cartwright 3-26, Kelly 2-50, Randle El 2-19, Sellers 1-12, Mason 1-11, Ganther 1-(minus 4). Philadelphia, Avant 5-94, Maclin 5-63, Celek 4-33, McCoy 4-25, D.Jackson 2-41, Weaver 1-4.
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