Eagles snap count vs. Commanders: Breakdown, observations from Week 10

The Eagles are now 8-1 on the season and looking to rebound from a shocking Monday night loss to the scrappy Washington Commanders.

Philadelphia will now adjust and look towards a Sunday matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, and we’re breaking down the snap counts from Monday’s loss.


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Jalen Hurts 50 snaps


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Miles Sanders 29 snaps
Kenneth Gainwell 16 snaps
Boston Scott 5 snaps

It’s hard to muster a running game when you lose the time of possession battle, and Sanders could only log 12 carries on the night.


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DeVonta Smith 43 snaps
A.J. Brown 39 snaps
Quez Watkins 29 snaps
Zach Pascal 21 snaps

Brown was a non-factor on the night after suffering an ankle injury; while Watkins was finally able to get involved in the deep passing game, he also had a costly turnover.


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Dallas Goedert 50 snaps
Jack Stoll 11 snaps
Grant Calcaterra 7 snaps


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Jordan Mailata 50 snaps
Landon Dickerson 50 snaps
Jason Kelce 50 snaps
Isaac Suemalo 50 snaps
Lane Johnson 50 snaps

According to PFF, Philadelphia’s offensive line didn’t allow a sack or hit on 28 pass-blocking snaps.

Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson didn’t allow a single pressure on 28 pass-blocking snaps.

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