Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Observations from Preseason Week 2

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Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Observations from Preseason Week 2
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The Philadelphia Eagles continued their quarterback rotation against the Carolina Panthers, going with Nick Foles to start the game. Foles played for about a quarter before giving way to Michael Vick, who finished the first half.

The Eagles continued to rack up plenty of yards, although a concern could be the number of turnovers from the offense. Similar to the 2012 team, tonight’s Eagles gained plenty of yardage but failed to reach the end zone as many times as they should have.

Still, a 14-9 win looked good from the defensive side of the ball. The Eagles contained Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers’ offense very well, putting the Eagles at 1-1 thus far through the preseason.

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