2012 Philadelphia Eagles season - Schedule - Game summaries

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Game summaries Week 1: at Cleveland Browns Week 1: at Cleveland Browns Week One: Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns – Game summary Eagles 17 16 at Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio at Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Philadelphia Eagles opened up the season by traveling to Cleveland to square off against the Browns. A 43 yard field goal by veteran Browns kicker Phil Dawson gave Cleveland a 3–0 lead some six minutes into the first quarter. The Eagles would respond with a field goal of their own, though, as Alex Henery sent the ball through the uprights from 42 yards out just seconds into the second period. With the score tied at 3–3 and just seventeen seconds before the half, an 18 yard pass from Eagles' quarterback Michael Vick to wideout Jeremy Maclin extended the Eagles lead by seven. At the half, the score was 10–3, the Eagles leading the Browns by a seven point margin. Browns kicker Phil Dawson successfully converted another field goal from 42 yards away with just under five minutes left in the third quarter, trimming the score to 10–6. Shortly afterwards, Dawson made the score 10–9 with a 22 yard field goal, his third of the day, and narrowing the Eagles' lead to one point with about fourteen minutes left in the game. The underdog Browns continued the scoring streak, taking the lead on an errant Michael Vick throw and 27 yard interception return touchdown by D'Qwell Jackson approximately thirty seconds later. With the score at 16–10 and an upset in the works, Michael Vick calmly drove the Eagles down the field and threw a strike to Clay Harbor from 4 yards out to return the lead to Philadelphia, 17–16. The Browns were unable to reciprocate and the Philadelphia Eagles narrowly claimed the week one victory. With the nail biting win, the Eagles began their season 1–0. Week 2: vs. Baltimore Ravens Week 2: vs. Baltimore Ravens Week Two: Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary 23 Eagles 24 at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (CBS) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Eagles returned home to square off against the favored Baltimore Ravens in a Battle of the Birds. Eagles' running back LeSean McCoy opened the scoring with a 1 yard touchdown run some ten minutes into the first quarter for a 7–0 lead. However, the Ravens were able to tie the game up at 7–7 with Vonta Leach running for a 5 yard touchdown. They would take the lead in the 2nd quarter as Joe Flacco found Jacoby Jones on a 21 yard touchdown pass to take a 14–7 lead followed by a 56 yard field goal by Justin Tucker for a 17–7 lead just before halftime. The 3rd quarter was all Eagles as they managed to catch up with Michael Vick's 23 yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin to make the score 17–14 and then tied the game with Alex Henery's 23 yard field goal at 17–17. However, the Ravens moved back into the lead in the 4th quarter as Tucker was able to score 2 long field goals from 51 and 48 yards out to make the score 20–17 and 23–17 respectively. The Eagles came out and surprisingly won the game with Vick's 1 yard QB rushing touchdown as the Eagles managed to win the game 24–23. With the win, the Eagles improved to 2–0 and became the first team in NFL history to start a season 2–0 after winning their first 2 games by only a point. Week 3: at Arizona Cardinals Week 3: at Arizona Cardinals Week Three: Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals – Game summary 6 Cardinals 27 at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers After a 2–0 start, the Eagles traveled to take on the Cardinals. The Cards struck first in the first quarter with Jay Feely's 47 yard field goal for a 3–0 lead followed by Kevin Kolb finding Michael Floyd on an 8 yard touchdown pass for a 10–0 lead. The Cards would increase their lead in the 2nd quarter with Kolb finding Larry Fitzgerald on a 37 yard pass and then James Sanders recovering a fumble and returning it 98 yards for a touchdown for leads of 17–0 and then a 24–0 halftime lead. The Eagles managed to get on the board in the 3rd quarter with Alex Henery's 2 field goals from 36 and 40 yards out to decrease the lead to 24–3 and then 24–6. In the 4th quarter the Cardinals ended up getting their only points of the 2nd half with Feely's 27 yard field goal to end the game with a final score of 27–6. With the loss, the Eagles fell to 2–1. Week 4: vs. New York Giants Week 4: vs. New York Giants Week Four: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary 17 Eagles 19 at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (NBC) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers After a tough road loss to the Cardinals, the Eagles went back home for division rival game 1 against the Giants. After a scoreless first quarter the Eagles drew first blood with Michael Vick finding Desean Jackson on a 19 yard touchdown pass for a 7–0 lead before the Giants scored off of a Lawrence Tynes 25 yard field goal to cut the lead to 7–3 at halftime. After this the Eagles went right back to work in the 3rd quarter with Alex Henery nailing a 20 yard field goal to help his team take a 7 point lead again at 10–3. However, the Giants managed to tie the game up as Eli Manning found Victor Cruz on a 14 yard touchdown pass to make the score 10–10. The Eagles moved back into the lead with Henery's 48 yard field goal for a 13–10 lead. They would score another field goal in the 4th quarter for a 16–10 lead. However, the Giants were able to take the lead Manning finding Bear Pascoe on a 6 yard touchdown pass for a 17–16 score. But the Eagles moved down the field and were able to score with Henery's 26 yard field goal for a final score of 19–17. With the win, the Eagles improved to 3–1. The team also made it to 1–0 in games where Vick does not turn the ball over. The Eagles had gone 8–1 in their last 9 games against the Giants by this time. The win against the Giants stood as their last home win until Week 11 of the 2013 season. Week 5: at Pittsburgh Steelers Week 5: at Pittsburgh Steelers Week Five: Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers – Game summary 14 Steelers 16 at Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Eagles traveled to western Pennsylvania to take on longtime in state rival Steelers at Heinz Field. After a scoreless first quarter, the Steelers were able to get on the board first with Rashard Mendenhall's 13 yard touchdown run for a 7–0 lead followed by Shaun Suisham's 20 yard field goal for a 10–0 lead at halftime. The Eagles went to work in the 3rd quarter as Michael Vick found LeSean McCoy on a 15 yard touchdown pass to shorten the lead to 10–7. The Steelers increased their lead with Suisham kicking a 37 yard field goal to make the score 13–7. The Eaglesl took the lead with Vick hooking up with Brent Celek on a 2 yard touchdown pass for a 14–13 score. However, the Steelers were able to drive down the field and Suisham wrapped up the game with a game winning 34 yard field goal for a final score of 16–14. With the loss, the Eagles dropped to 3–2. Week 6: vs. Detroit Lions Week 6: vs. Detroit Lions Week Six: Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary Lions 26 23 at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Lions 3–0 Drive: 4 plays, 6 yards, 0:55. Drive: 4 plays, 6 yards, 0:55. Lions 6–0 Drive: 10 plays, 65 yards, 5:45. Drive: 10 plays, 65 yards, 5:45. Second quarter Second quarter Eagles 7–6 Drive: 7 plays, 79 yards, 3:28. Drive: 7 plays, 79 yards, 3:28. Third quarter Third quarter Eagles 10–6 Drive: 15 plays, 72 yards, 6:37. Drive: 15 plays, 72 yards, 6:37. Eagles 13–6 Drive: 10 plays, 50 yard, 3:40. Drive: 10 plays, 50 yard, 3:40. Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Eagles 16–6 Drive: 9 plays, 35 yards, 3:11. Drive: 9 plays, 35 yards, 3:11. Eagles 16–13 Drive: 7 plays, 80 yard, 3:09. Drive: 7 plays, 80 yard, 3:09. Eagles 23–13 Drive: 3 plays, 76 yards, 1:29. Drive: 3 plays, 76 yards, 1:29. Eagles 23–20 Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 1:46. Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 1:46. Tied 23–23 Drive: 12 plays, 67 yards, 2:24. Drive: 12 plays, 67 yards, 2:24. Overtime Overtime Lions 26–23 Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Eagles returned home to play against a struggling Lions team. In the first quarter it was all Lions with Jason Hanson kicking field goals from 46 and 34 yards out for leads of 3–0 and then 6–0. The Eagles took the lead in the 2nd quarter with Michael Vick's 2 yard touchdown pass to LeSean McCoy for a 7–6 score at halftime. In the 3rd quarter the Eagles were able to move further ahead with 2 Alex Henery field goals: 26 and 32 yards out for leads of 10–6 and then 13–6. Henery would kick 49 yard field goal for a 16–6 lead before Matthew Stafford ran for a QB 1 yard touchdown to shorten the Eagles' lead to 3 at 16–13. But the Eagles again pushed ahead by 10 as Vick found Maclin on a 70 yard touchdown pass for a 23–13 lead. But then the lead was shortened to 3 again as Stafford found Nate Burleson on a 17 yard touchdown pass for a 23–20 score and then tied the game with Hanson's 19 yard field goal at 23–23 to send the game into overtime. In overtime, the Eagles won the toss but went 3 and out as the Lions were able to drive down the field and wrap things up with Hanson's game winning 45 yard field goal to end the game 26–23. With the loss, the Eagles head into their bye week at 3–3. The team also dropped to 2–3 in games where Vick turns the ball over. Week 8: vs. Atlanta Falcons Week 8: vs. Atlanta Falcons Week Eight: Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary Falcons 30 17 at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Eagles stayed home for a duel with their historic rival undefeated 6–0 Falcons. Played under cloudy skies, the game was also notable in that the weather conditions heralded the approach of Hurricane Sandy, a storm set to make an unprecedented landfall in nearby New Jersey. In the first quarter, the Falcons drew first blood as Matt Ryan found Drew Davis for a 15 yard pass to make the score 7–0. The team increased their lead with Ryan finding Jason Snelling to make it 14–0. In the 2nd quarter, the Eagles would get on the board with LeSean McCoy's 2 Yard run to make it 14–7. However, the Falcons responded with Ryan's 63 yard TD pass to Julio Jones to make it 21–7. The Falcon would increase their lead before halftime with Matt Bryant's 43 yard field goal to make it 24–7. The Eagles would try to rally in the 3rd quarter with a 33 yard field goal from Alex Henry to shorten the lead to 24–10, but the Falcons pulled away as Bryant would kick a 29 yard field goal to make it 27–10. In the 4th quarter, Bryant increased the Falcons' lead with a 30 yard field goal to make the score 30–10. The Eagles tried to rally as Michael Vick found McCoy to make the score 30–17. However, the Eagles were unable to try to attempt a comeback win as the team dropped to 3–4 on the season. Week 9: at New Orleans Saints Week 9: at New Orleans Saints Week Nine: Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints – Game summary 13 Saints 28 at Mercedes Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana at Mercedes Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (ESPN) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers After a tough loss at home to the Lions, the Eagles traveled down south to New Orleans to take on the Saints in the Mercedes Benz Superdome. The Saints scored first with Patrick Robinson returning a Michael Vick interception 99 yards for a touchdown and a 7–0 lead for the only score of the game. The Eagles got on the board in the 2nd quarter as Alex Henery kicked a 22 yard field goal to cut the lead to 7–3 not long before Chris Ivory ran for a 22 yard touchdown to move the Saints ahead by 11 with a 14–3 lead and then they would score again with Drew Brees finding Marques Coltson on a 1 yard touchdown pass for a 21–3 halftime lead. The Eagles scored 10 unanswered points in the 3rd quarter with Vick hooking up with DeSean Jackson on a 77 yard touchdown pass for a score of 21–10 and then Henery kicked a 37 yard field goal for a score of 21–13. But the Saints scored one last time as Brees found Jimmy Graham on a 6 yard touchdown pass for a 28–13 lead which would be the final score of the game as neither team scored in the 4th quarter. With the loss, the Eagles fell to 3–5. Week 10: vs. Dallas Cowboys Week 10: vs. Dallas Cowboys Week Ten: Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary Cowboys 38 23 at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Eagles returned home for a game against the Cowboys. They scored first with Michael Vick hooking up with Riley Cooper on a 2 yard touchdown pass for a 7–0 lead, however, the Boys responded with Tony Romo finding Felix Jones on an 11 yard pass for a 7–7 lead. Then increased their lead in the 2nd quarter as Dan Bailey kicked a 30 yard field goal for a 10–7 halftime lead. Michael Vick had been knocked out of the game and was possibly out for the season after going 6/9 for 70 yards and a touchdown pass. Rookie QB Nick Foles would get his first NFL action and threw his first touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin from 44 yards out as the Eagles retook a 14–10 lead while Henery moved the team ahead 17–10 with a 40 yard field goal. After this, the Cowboys went back to work as Romo found Dez Bryant on a 30 yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 17–17. Then the Boys retook the lead with Dwayne Harris returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown for a 24–17 lead followed up by Brandon Carr returning an interception 47 yards for a touchdown and a 31–17 lead. The Eagles then got back to work with Stanley Havili 1 yard touchdown run (with a failed PAT) to shorten the lead to 31–23. But the Boys wrapped the game up with Jason Hatcher's fumble recovery in the end zone for a final score of 38–23. With the loss, the Eagles dropped to 3–6. Week 11: at Washington Redskins Week 11: at Washington Redskins Week Eleven: Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins – Game summary 6 Redskins 31 at FedExField, Landover, Maryland at FedExField, Landover, Maryland Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Eagles went to FedExField to face their division rival Redskins in what would be a killer loss for the starting game of Rookie QB Nick Foles. The young QB was picked off twice as the Skins zoomed passed the Eagles' defense to drop the team to 3–7, snapping their 3 game winning streak to their division rivals, and leaving them in last place in the NFC East. Week 12: vs. Carolina Panthers Week 12: vs. Carolina Panthers Week Twelve: Carolina Panthers at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary

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