After a precious 20-16 win for the Philadelphia Eagles over the Washington Soccer team on Sunday, Eagles quarterback Galen Hurts almost got crushed by his fans.
When he was about to enter the tunnel from FedEx Field to his locker room, a handrail collapsed, sending several Eagles fans down next to Hurts.
Fortunately, no one appeared to be injured. Hurts helped several of them before hugging each other and posing for a few selfies before finally heading back to the locker room.
With their fourth win in a row, the Eagles came close to appearing in the play-off. They’ll get there for the first time since 2019 if the Minnesota Vikings lose in the evening to the Green Bay Packers, if the New Orleans Saints lose to the Carolina Panthers, or if the San Francisco 49ers beat the Houston Texans.
The pains also came out of hard times with no signs of weakness after a hip injury. He chose to sprint six times for gains in the 45-yard sprint, as well as do 17 of his 26 pass attempts to add 214 yards in the air.
Meanwhile, the Boston Scott fought two touchdowns in the Eagles’ win.
The Eagles’ start (9-7) was another slow, as their offensive match was interrupted by the absence of Miles Sanders who injured his right hand.
The Eagles’ defense managed to get to Taylor Heinick, and the Philadelphia team took advantage of the absence of several key elements from their opponents to erase the 16-7 delay.
The stands almost collapsed on Galen Hurts
Jake Elliott netted two field goals with 42 and 41 yards in the fourth quarter, while Rodney McLeod blocked a pass from Hennecke in the end zone to seal the match.
Team Washington has officially been left out of the cut-off photo.
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