The Eagles appear to kick a go-ahead field goal from 54-yards away. But the Rams are called for a leverage penalty, giving Philadelphia an automatic first down to extend its drive. The Eagles trail 35-34 with the ball on the Rams 21 and 5:54 to play.
Turnover Rams. Chris Long comes around the corner and knocks the ball away from Goff. Eagles safety Rodney McLeod recovers it and they’ll start their drive at the Rams 25.
Goff throws an incomplete pass on third down but the Eagles are called for defensive pass interference to keep the Rams drive alive.
Field goal Eagles. The Eagles drive stalls when Foles’ pass to Jay Ajayi comes up short of the first down marker. Jake Elliott enters and kicks a 41-yard field goal as Philadelphia cuts its deficit to 35-34 with 9:54 to play.
The Eagles move near midfield on a 10-yard pass from Foles to Alshon Jeffery.
Jaguars cornerback A.J. Bouye took exception to how Seattle’s defensive players handled themselves.
Army cut its deficit in the series to 60-51-7 in a matchup of bowl-bound teams. The Black Knights claimed the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy thanks to an earlier victory over Air Force.
“That trophy hadn’t been in our possession for 21 years,” said Monken, in his fourth season. “To be able to accomplish that with this team is a great source of pride.”
In a game that included only three passes — Army completed its lone toss — the Black Knights produced a 13-play, 65-yard drive to take a late lead. John Trainor tiptoed the sideline for 8 yards one play before Bradshaw’s 12th touchdown of the season.