Washington Commanders' offense will look different ahead of Eagles' rematch
The Washington Commanders' worst offensive performance during the first nine weeks of
the 2022 season was in Week 3 of a 24-8 loss against the Philadelphia Eagle
Washington only managed 240 net yards on the day, just 50 of which came in
the first half, as Carson Wentz was sacked nine times in the defeat.
This Monday at Lincoln Financial Field, the Commanders will have another-
chance to overcome Philadelphia, the last unbeaten club in the NFL.
Additionally, Scott Turner's offensive will differ from its dreadful performance in Week 3.
The quarterback in Washington's offense has seen the most noticeable alteration.
Taylor Heinicke is scheduled to make his fourth straight start, therefore Wentz will sit on the sidelines
for his first game back in Philadelphia as a visitor due to a finger injury.
Eagles vs Commanders: Can Washington Survive the NFC East Showdown? See Odds and records
Eagles vs Commanders: Can Washington Survive the NFC East Showdown? See Odds and rec
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