Eagles found a way to mock Tom Brady in opening win

Eagles found a way to mock Tom Brady in opening win

The Eagles defense came up with two massive goal-line stands to turn the ball over on downs, one that stopped the Falcons on their first drive and the second one that denied Atlanta on five-straight red-zone plays to end the game and seal the win.

Defensive end Michael Bennett, who had been waiting out the national anthem before the exhibition games, was seen walking around during Thursday night's rendition and at one point sat down to tie his shoe.

The moment in question happened about four minutes into the third quarter, when Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan launched a deep pass to receiver Julio Jones down the right sideline.

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Although the night started off as a celebration, it quickly turned into a disaster after the Eagles played an ugly first half. It's one game, we're going to keep working.

"I think it's important that we continue to keep this conversation going, that we don't let it get stagnant", Jenkins said after the August 9 preseason opener. As the sign was unveiled, Eagles' Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie celebrated at midfield, Lombardi Trophy in hand, with recent Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Brian Dawkins and almost 150 fans and members of the Eagles organization. And choosing to kneel down on the final play especially made Eagles fans unhappy. For instance, here is a short list of things they were booing during the game.

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