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Nelson Agholor and Wentz connected for two passes across the middle. Agholor snapped both of them out of the air and exploded up the field for extra yards. It’s good to see the two connect on the crossing patterns because it’s an area that Wentz looked to Jordan Matthews often times in the past. Wentz was off on two passes to Alshon Jeffery in the corner of the end zone. They were trying to work on fade routes in the red zone. Dolphins CB Xavien Howard did a good job of getting a body on Jeffery on one play, but he got away with pass interference on another. Wentz turned in a solid day at the office today. He went to Torrey Smith on a deep pass again today. This time Smith was able to get behind Dolphins CB Jordan Lucas, and Wentz found him for the touchdown.
Expect some grouchiness on both sides Thursday night as the teams are practicing together this week and guys tend to get under each other’s skin when that happens. Miami visited the City of Brotherly Love in the 2015 regular season and won 20-19. Current Eagles starting QB Carson Wentz was still at North Dakota State then. Sam Bradford started and left with a shoulder injury. Miami’s Ryan Tannehill threw the go-ahead touchdown pass to Jarvis Landry early in the fourth quarter. Tannehill already has been lost for this season. The Dolphins are 1-5 ATS in the past six regular-season meetings. The Eagles are 6-2 ATS in their past eight at home.
Alshon Jeffery, the former Bears Pro Bowl receiver added in free agency, made his Philadelphia debut vs. the Bills and caught two balls for 23 yards. Wentz completed 6 of 9 passes for 56 yards. Looking for an early NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year betting candidate? Eagles defensive end Derek Barnett, the No. 14 overall pick, has been dominant with three sacks and eight QB pressures. Projected backup QB Nick Foles should play Thursday. He returned to practice over the weekend after missing two weeks with elbow soreness.