Hawks quarterback Drew Lock leads his team to a game-winning drive.

Hawks quarterback Drew Lock leads his team to a game-winning drive.

From the start to the end of Monday night’s game, the Philadelphia Eagles showed a lot of good things on defense. But they can’t hide the fact that their defense has dropped off a lot this season.

When QB Drew Lock led the Seattle Seahawks to victory, they had a 92-yard drive that won the game.

DK Metcalf make some big plays in the last two minutes, even though he was slowed down over most of the game.

Lock threw a touchdown pass to youngster Jaxon Smith-Njigba from 29 yards out to make it 10-10. They held on to secure a 20–17 win, which moves them to 7–7 and keeps them in the running for the NFC playoffs.

Before Monday’s game, the Eagles moved their defensive play-caller. They demoted Sean Desai and promoted Matt Patricia, who used to be the head coach of the Detroit Lions but failed.

A 10-3 team making that move seemed like they were really trying to win. It worked for the majority of the game.

Then, within the final few seconds, all the problems that had been going on all season came back.

Thanks to Lock, the backup quarterback who filled in for an injured Geno Smith to make the plays when his team needed them.

I still don’t know if the Eagles’ bad defense will stop them from making another long playoff run, though.

The defense did better in the first half because the Eagles had the ball for most of it. Jalen Hurts a little, though. It might have worn him out.

Hurts nearly didn’t play because of an illness that wasn’t named. We didn’t know what was going on with him until a few days before the game.

Philly had a drive that went for 8 minutes and 29 seconds and ended with a score. They also had a drive that went for 8 minutes and 26 seconds and ended with a field goal.

The Eagles’ Jason Kelce got a questionable false start call on third-and-1, which stopped the field purpose drive from ending with a touchdown as well.

Then, in third quarter, Kenneth Walker III had a great cutback block. With Knock running downfield and serving as a lead blocker, Walker scored from 23 yards out to tie the game.

The Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 20–17 after an exciting comeback. Drew Lock hit Jaxon Smith-Njigba with a 29-yard touchdown with less than a minute to play, which greatly increased their chances of making the playoffs.

Lock filled in for Geno Smith for the second week in a row and completed 22 out of 38 passes for 208 yards as well as the game-winning touchdown.

DK Metcalf had five catches for 78 yards and led the team in receiving, and Ken Walker III ran for 86 yards and a touchdown.

Peace of mind Both Julian Love and Leonard Williams picked out Jalen Hurts twice in the fourth quarter. Williams also had two stops for loss to help the defense win.

Lock did a good job as the game manager over the first two and a half quarters, based on the stats.

He made more than 70% of his passes, was only sacked twice, and did not throw a touchdown or turn the ball over.

But from the beginning to the end, the Seahawks were careful with their backup quarterback and rarely tried to throw the ball downfield against the Eagles’ strong defensive line.

In his fifth season as a quarterback, the fifth-year pro didn’t have a single completion of more than 20 yards all night. This was against a team that had allowed 46 such plays in the first 13 games.

Seattle, on the other hand, played very conservatively all night, focusing on the run game. Lock cocked the gun on his right arm and began shooting downfield.

With just under two minutes to play, the game and season were on the line, and the Seahawks were behind by four points.

First, on third down and 10, he threw a beautiful bomb to Metcalf down the right corner, between two defenders who were coming together, for a gain of 34 yards.

The Seahawks were behind 10-0, but they fought back. Before halftime, they scored a field goal.

After three plays, with the pocket clear, he threw another deep ball, this time to Smith-Njigba along the right corner in the end zone.

The rookie caught the ball using his fingertips and reeled into the end zone for the game-winning touchdown.