Tom Brady to enter matchup vs. Eagles on fire after a historic performance vs. Dolphins

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The Eagles showed heart on Sunday, as Jalen Hurts ran for two second-half touchdowns and the Birds erased a 12-point deficit to defeat the Carolina Panthers 21-18 on Sunday and snap a three-game losing streak.

After moving to 2-3 on the season, Philadelphia will only spend minutes celebrating, as the team starts preparation for a Thursday night matchup against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The defending Super Bowl champions are rolling on offense, and they’re being led by a record-setting quarterback who enters Lincoln Financial Field on fire after scorching the Dolphins to the tune of a near-perfect afternoon.

Brady threw for 411 yards and five touchdowns while helping Antonio Brown become the fastest NFL player to reach 900 receptions as the Buccaneers blasted the Dolphins 45-17 on Sunday.

It was the first time in his Hall of Fame career that Brady has thrown for more than 400 yards with five TDs in the same game as well.

Brady had a QBR of 144.4 and gives Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon just hours to pick his poison in Week 6 on a short week.

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