The Philadelphia Eagles played their second preseason game against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night.
The final score was 20-16 with Philadelphia taking their first preseason win and a 1-1 record.
The thing you saw the most of in this game was flags, with 24 penalties called in the game, 15 against Buffalo (131 yards) and 9 against Philadelphia (85 yards).
But that doesn't mean there wasn't some great moments, and we have some of those right here.
OLB Mychal Kendricks started the game hot with some great defensive plays:
The Eagles managed to sneak in a touchdown right before the halfway mark of the game thanks to Corey Clement and company:
Defensive end Derek Barnett had a great sack in the 3rd:
Fumble recovery by C.J. Smith after great hit by Don Cherry:
The Bills managed a touchdown with less than five minutes left in the 4th quarter, taking the lead for the first time in the game with a score of 16-13. But then a great drive highlighted by Shelton Gibson and Byron Marshall put the Eagles back in the lead:
The Bills got closer than ten yards of taking the win in the dying seconds of the game, but to nobody's surprise penalties set them back and then Mitchell White managed the game winning interception.
The final score: 20-16 win for the Eagles!
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