If the Philadelphia Eagles expect to keep their playoff hopes alive, they better do something -- and do it fast. They currently trail the Seattle Seahawks 24-14 early in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Vince Young started the third quarter much like he did the first: By throwing an interception on the opening drive. And, just like the first quarter, Tarvaris Jackson was able to capitalize on the mistake, this time finding wide receiver Golden Tate to tack on another six.
Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka did his thing and made it seven.
Philadelphia was finally able to get back into the end zone at the start of the fourth quarter, thanks to a 17-play drive across 82 yards. They needed roughly 10 minutes of possession, but it paid off when LeSean McCoy was able to run it in to pull the Eagles within 10.
Now they have to do something they haven't been able to do all game and that's keep the Seahawks out of the end zone.
|11:53 remaining in the 4th||1||2||3||4||Total|
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