The Washington Commanders were thumped by the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. When the dust settled, it became apparent why the Eagles were a touchdown favorite on the road, as they established a 24-0 halftime lead before putting things in cruise control in the second half to win 24-8 and move to 3-0.
Carson Wentz’s efforts to beat his former team were spoiled as the Washington Commanders lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3, 24-8. Washington couldn’t put up any points in the first three quarters en route to their second loss of the 2022 NFL season.
The Washington Commanders worked hard this offseason to make FedEx Field a more appealing place for their own fans. Washington offered many perks to fans in order to convince them to buy season tickets, and in Week 1, FedEx Field looked and felt like a home-field advantage for the Commanders.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has terrorized the Washington Commanders since being drafted No. 12 overall in 2012. In 19 career games against Washington before Sunday, Cox had 15 sacks vs.
The Washington Commanders fell to 1-2 on the season after Sunday’s disappointing 24-8 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. It was a familiar feeling for Washington fans, who saw the Commanders fall behind 22-0 at halftime last week and 24-0 on Sunday.
The Philadelphia Eagles were long viewed as a daunting matchup for the Washington Commanders, but I’m not sure anyone expected the scoreboard and overall performance by both teams to be as lopsided as it was Sunday.
The Washington Commanders dropped to 1-2 on the season after Sunday’s 24-8 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles from FedEx Field. Much like in last week’s 36-27 loss to the Detroit Lions, the Washington offense got off to a miserable start.
It was clearly over by halftime. The Eagles outgained Washington 322-50. Philadelphia accumulated 276 passing yards in the opening half alone. Meanwhile, the Commanders were in the hole in passing yards registering -16.
Unfortunately, we have to unpack the Washington Commanders’ no-good, very bad day against their division rival, Philadelphia Eagles. Washington was completely outclassed and outmatched today in the blowout loss.
Sunday was Carson Wentz's first game against former team, the Philadelphia Eagles, and it could not have possibly gone worse for him and the Washington Commanders in a 24-8 loss that was not even as close as the score. It was bad. For starters, Eagles fans completely took over FedEx Field and turned it what was essentially a home game.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Commanders were scoreless after the first quarter of Sunday’s NFC East clash from FedEx Field. Unfortunately for the Commanders, Philadelphia reeled off 24 second-quarter points and went into halftime with a 24-0 lead.
Well, that wasn’t fun. A week after falling down 22-0 in the first half to Detroit, the Washington Commanders dug themselves a 24-0 halftime deficit against the Eagles in Week 3; one that extended well into the third quarter.
The Washington Post revealed that “many owners would be pleased to see Snyder sell voluntarily and acknowledged that, depending on the results of attorney Mary Jo White’s league-commissioned investigation, an effort to remove him could occur.”
How did the Washington Commanders’ rookies perform this past week against the Detroit Lions? We got grades for all of them! The Washington Commanders lost to the Detroit Lions 27-36, but that doesn’t mean it was a completely hopeless outing.
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The Commanders’ defense looks like it is in more trouble than Adam Lavine, and that’s saying something.The first two weeks of any NFL season is the only time in the entire calendar year that fans of every single team all have hope for their team.