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Phila— Even when they controlled the game, the Philadelphia Eagles heard the home fans' first boos of 2023. They probably won't be the last. 

 Since Jalen Hurts and co. turned Philadelphia back into a winning machine, there hasn't been much reason for criticism. 

The Eagles defeated the Minnesota Vikings 34-28 in the first “Thursday Night Football” game of the season, although the offense seemed sluggish

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 similar to last week's 25-20 triumph against the New England Patriots. Due to the absence of starting center Garrett Bradbury (lower back) and left tackle Christian Darrisaw

Philadelphia native D'Andre Swift (28 runs, career-high 175 yards) led the offense in his home debut. Swift ran once for 3 yards last week.

Alexander Mattison and Kirk Cousins both fumbled, with Cousins' on a Josh Sweat strip sack that gave the Eagles

When up 20 points, the Eagles didn't blow out the Vikings as they did in Week 2 of last season's "Monday Night Football" game. With 7:41 left, Kirk Cousins found K.J.

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