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5 Eagles Players Who Stood Out In Week 4

Welcome back! In this series we will be discussing five standout Eagles players from each week’s game. The Eagles are 4-0! Let’s take a look at who stood out in Week Four!

Let’s Fly Eagles Nation!

Miles Sanders

(27 Carries, 134 Yards, 2 Touchdowns)

Boobie is finally healthy and showing the promise he had coming out of Penn State. His burst and explosion are always on full display, but this year he seems to be exerting a patience to his game, which I believe, has been a major difference this year. Miles is letting the offensive line work more and it is paying off this year.

Miles Sanders being complimentary of the offensive line after today’s win:


That's a day.@BoobieMilesXXIV #JAXvsPHI | #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/oHRBfgcR8Y — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 2, 2022

James Bradberry

(2 Tackles, 1 Interception)

Bradberry isn’t as vocal as Slay – his play has been on par though. In a nasty game, after Slay went down with an injury, JB turned in a very impactful performance – no play bigger than his interception of Trevor Lawrence in the third quarter of Sunday’s game. JB had only given up 7 catches on 17 attempts for 55 yards coming into this game and that defensive prowess continued against Jacksonville.

Watch as JB picks off Trevor Lawrence with a momentum changing interception:


GIMME THAT @Brad_B21 #JAXvsPHI | #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/skRJgZhkzq — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 2, 2022

A.J. Brown

(5 Catches, 95 Yards)

Five catches may not sound like a lot or very impactful, but once again Brown shows up on key downs as he continues to show why he is the number one wide receiver on this team. The rain was coming down in buckets at The Linc on Sunday afternoon but that didn’t prevent Mr. Brown from doing what he does – moving the chains.

Haason Reddick

(4 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 TFL, 2 Fumbles Recovered)

Haason had his first blow up game of the season and boy was it needed. The Eagles ended up with five turnovers on the afternoon with two ending up with Haason Reddick. Reddick’s impact is starting to stack up between last week and this week as he looks to become a constant in a Philly front who needs it.

Haason Reddick seals the deal with a strip of Trevor Lawrence:


.@Haason7Reddick can't be stopped!#JAXvsPHI | #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/lJqjHcz6AA — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 2, 2022

Offensive Line – Jeff Stoutland

(2 Sacks Allowed)

Probably the best performance of the year for this offensive line. Even while losing Jordan Mailata and Isaac Seumalo, the unit didn’t falter against a very solid Jacksonville front. The game plan changed with the weather being a factor and the offensive line showed up and lead the way for Miles Sanders and the rushing attack to succeed. This offensive line is strong, quick, but most of all deep and with the best offensive line coach in the league, the importance cannot be overstated.

Miles Sanders seems to agree😁:


"Next man up mentality" – @BoobieMilesXXIV #JAXvsPHI | #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/NK2HhBaTHw — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 2, 2022

Your Philadelphia Eagles are 4-0, can they make it 5-0 in Arizona next week? We’ll follow up next week and please don’t forget to check out Facebook, Twitter and FlyEaglesNation.com! Stay tuned for more great Eagles content. Fly Eagles Fly!

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