The San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles lock horns in South Philly. It was supposed to be a heavyweight bout that everyone was waiting for. It turned out to be hell for Eagles fans. The Eagles get smacked in the mouth by the 49ers 42-19. The first quarter turned out to be a defensive showdown between both teams. The 49ers and the Eagles threw a bunch of different defensive formations, trying to make things uncomfortable. However, in my opinion. Brock Purdy got into the rhythm in the second quarter. He spread the football around.
His primary target was 49ers tight end Geroge Kittle. Kittle tallied up three catches for 60 yards. Just like Brock Prudy does, he unloads with his quick releases, making it challenging for the Eagles to defend. The big question is why the Eagles didn’t bundle up some running play packages.
Things Getting Chipy In South Philly
Things were getting nasty between both teams. One of the most significant moments of the game was when Dre Greenlaw tackled Devonta Smith. However, Dre Greenlaw gave Devonta Smith a huge WWE-like German suplex, and the Eagles’ head of security, Dom Disandro, didn’t appreciate it. Tempers were flaring. Dom Disandro and Dre Greenlaw were ejected from the game. The stakes were high. The Eagles would successfully use their famous tush-push. Right after, Charvarius Ward and AJ Brown have to get separated with a lot of pushing and shoving.
Deebo Samuel Giving the Eagles Fans a San Francisco Treat
The Eagles’ offense showed a lot of fatigue throughout this game, and Kyle Shanahan (49ers head coach) could smell blood in the water. Dialing up some running plays, Christian McCaffery runs the ball straight down the broad street for 93 yards and a touchdown. Brock Purdy would link up with Deebo Samuels across the middle of the Eagle’s defense. Deebo Samuels was all over the field, with 116 receiving and a touchdown. You can see why he was a massive part of the 49ers’ success in the second half.
Pat Bernard has four years of podcasting. His first year with the Pattison Ave Phantics and four years running Devereaux Sports. Now currently, both Devereaux Sports and Edge of Sports. Pat is a for 6 Philly sports fan. Flyers, Phillies, Eagles, Sixers, Wings, and Union. The Gobbler is a former pro wrestler and ACPW Hall of Famer! He is originally out of Ambler from Northeast Philly (by the Tacony Bridge). Pat is a credentialed Philadelphia Wings Beat Reported under Edge of Philly Sports.