Week 2 ranks the Eagles by position after defeating the Vikings in the MNF

The Eagles took a complete win on Monday Night Football, controlling the Vikings 24-7.

The noise train has officially left the station.

Here’s a look at estimates placed with a winning position:

quarterback

Jalen Hurts: 26/31, 333 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 11 lunge, 57 yards, 2 TD

This is arguably the biggest win of Hertz’s career. He was wonderful. Hurts completed 83.9% and could have been higher; Two of his best throws on Monday didn’t count. Hurts also had 57 fast yards and two touchdowns and really had to fight through his attackers for both. His only objection came from a ball that bounced off Kenny Jenwell’s hands. This game looked like a game in which Hurts captured Philly’s quarterback position. There is clearly a long way to go this season, but his stock is up after this season.

Grade: A +

running back

Miles Sanders: 17 gigs, 80 yards

It wasn’t a spectacular performance, but Sanders did a good day, averaging 4.7 yards per attempt. Boston Scott added 4 for 19. The running back didn’t have much of an impact on the passing game. The only big incident happened from Gainwell, who couldn’t handle the screen pass and sent it to a defender to intercept it.

Grade: B +

receiver

DeVonta Smith: 7 catches on 7 goals, 80 yards

AJ Brown had a great opening game performance in Detroit. But Brown wasn’t only into this. All three Great Eagles receivers had big games against the Vikings’ defense. In addition to Smith’s 80-yard game, AJ Brown had 5 for 69 yards, while Quez Watkins had 2 for 69, including a 53-yard catch in the second quarter. Even Zach Pascal had a 2-for-14, which included a massive turnover of the third in the first quarter.

Grade: A +

tight end

Dallas Guedert: 5 catches on 6 goals, 82 yards

There is no doubt that Goedert got off to a great start in 2022. In two games, he has 8 catches for 142 yards. He hasn’t found the end zone yet, but it probably won’t take long. He’s on track for a 68/1,207.

Grade: A

offensive line

OL was guilty of a few too many penalties (marked for seven!), but it blocked well enough for Hurts to have plenty of time in the pocket. Hurts was sacked three times for 10 yards but the line did a good enough job to let him pass for 333 yards. A few things to clean up but this unit works fine.

Grade: A-

line of defense

Josh Sweet: 1 bag, 3 opponent pieces, 3 QB hits, 3 TFLs

The Eagles sacked Kirk Cousins ​​twice in this game with the sweat sack appearing in the last play. Fletcher Cox turned back the clock and had a solid performance that included a ribbon bag. Javon Hargrave also had major pressure on one of the interceptions. The Eagles ramped up the pressure in the second half as well, but there were periods when the pocket was very clean. Still want to see more of Haason Reddick; He did a great job blasting the screen pass but hasn’t been able to get QBs yet. In the running game, the Eagles completely shut out Dalvin Cook, who only had 6 buggies for 17 yards.

Grade: B +

back

TJ Edwards: 10 tackles, 1 hit QB, 1 TFL, 1 PBU

After a shaky performance in the opening game, Edwards bounced back in a big way. He was an interference machine and gave the Eagles the quality of fitness he gave them in the second half of last season. Keizer White also flew, finishing 5 tackles and 1 pass. Early in the season, that sounds like a free theft agency.

Grade: A

secondary

Darius Slaughter: 2 intelligence, 5 PBUs, 1 intervention

This was the best game of Slay’s Eagles career. He spent most of the evening a 1v1 match against Justin Jefferson and dominated. Even regardless of his objections, Slay could get a couple more if he could lure them. according to NextGenStatsSlay actually had more catches than Jefferson when the two faced each other. This is a dominant performance.

On top of that, Avonte Maddox had a nice jump interception.

Grade: A +

special teams

Arjen Sebos: 4 nominations, 179 yards (44.8), 2 inside runs 20, 1 tackle

A field goal was blocked by the Eagles, which wasn’t good, but credit goes to Siposs for running and saving a touchdown. Britain Kofi didn’t do much as a kicker and Watkins wasn’t great as a kicker. But at least the Eagles didn’t give up too much in the second leg either.

B degree

training

Scored: 2-0

The Eagles came into this game with massive plans on both sides of football. Give a good deal of credit to offensive coordinator Shane Steichen, who has now done a pretty good job of playing in back-to-back games. In defense, Jonathan Gannon had a more aggressive game plan, married his multiplayer scheme and really helped his defense lay the clamps on a potentially very explosive Minnesota attack.

Grade: A +

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