Eagles clinch home-field advantage in NFC
PHILADELPHIA – The Oakland Raiders had a lateral go wrong in the final seconds that the Philadelphia Eagles recovered and returned for a touchdown as time expired to earn a 19-10 win over the Oakland Raiders.
With the win, the Philadelphia Eagles clinched homefield advantage in the NFC as the No. 1 seed.
With 22 seconds to play in the fourth quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles’ Jake Elliott drilled a 48-yard field goal to give the Philadelphia Eagles a three-point lead that held up as Oakland failed to tie the game.
Nick Foles had 163 passing yards for the Eagles and threw a touchdown in the first quarter to Jay Ajayi from 17-yards out for an early 7-0 Philadelphia lead.
Oakland tied the game in the second quarter when Carr had a 63-yard touchdown pass to a wide open Amari Cooper.
The two teams then exchanged field goals in the third quarter as Oakland took a brief 10-7 lead when Giorgio Tavecchio kicked a 25-yard field goal before Elliott hit a 35-yarder to tie it at 10-10 going into the fourth quarter.