Eagles snap count vs. Bears: Breakdown, observations

The Eagles are 13-1 and headed to Dallas after a 25-20 win over the Chicago Bears at freezing-cold, Soldier Field.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts threw for 315 yards and rushed for three touchdowns to lead Philadelphia, and the Eagles can clinch the NFC East and the NFC No. 1 overall seed with a victory over the Cowboys at AT& T Stadium on Christmas Eve.

Jonathan Gannon’s defense survived Justin Fields, while also harassing the record-setting quarterback to the tune of six sacks on the day and many more pressures.

With the Eagles off until Wednesday, here’s your snap count and playing time usage.


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Jalen Hurts 73 snaps

Jalen Hurts threw for 315 yards and rushed for three touchdowns.


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Miles Sanders 40 snaps
Kenneth Gainwell 29 snaps
Boston Scott 4 snaps

Sanders had 11 carries for 41 yards on the day and didn’t receive his first touch out of the backfield until halfway through the second quarter.


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DeVonta Smith 70 snaps
A.J. Brown 65 snaps
Quez Watkins 48 snaps
Zach Pascal 18 snaps

A.J. Brown had a career-high 181 yards receiving, while DeVonta Smith had 129 yards as well.


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Jack Stoll 58 snaps
Grant Calcaterra 29 snaps
Tyree Jackson 3 snaps

In the final game played without tight end Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll had 1 catch for six yards, while Grant Calcaterra was targeted twice for zero catches.


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Jordan Mailata 73 snaps
Landon Dickerson 73 snaps
Jason Kelce 73 snaps
Isaac Seumalo 73 snaps
Lane Johnson 73 snaps
Cam Jurgens 1 snap

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Josh Sweat 44 snaps
Fletcher Cox 40 snaps
Javon Hargrave 37 snaps
Linval Joseph 32 snaps
Ndamukong Suh 19 snaps
Brandon Graham 16 snaps
Jordan Davis 14 snaps
Milton Williams 11 snaps

The Eagles found a formula on Sunday and it work as Josh Sweat paced all pass rushers in snaps and production. Sweat logged 6 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 tackles for loss, and 2 QB hits on the afternoon.

The Eagles had six sacks total and Haason Reddick logged his 12 sack of the season.


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T.J. Edwards 57 snaps
Haason Reddick 44 snaps
Kyzir White 41 snaps
Patrick Johnson 15 snaps

Reddick logged 2 sacks on the day, one tackle for loss, one pass defended and two quarterback hits in a dominant performance.

T.J. Edwards tied for the team lead with 9 tackles.


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Marcus Epps 59 snaps
Avonte Maddox 59 snaps
Darius Slay 59 snaps
James Bradberry 59 snaps
K’Von Wallace 41 snaps
Josiah Scott 2 snaps

Wallace saw his most extensive snap count yet and logged a team-leading 9 tackles and one tackle or loss in extended action.

Avonte Maddox saw time at safety when Philadelphia was in their odd front, giving Jonathan Gannon even more versatility.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire