Carson Wentz’s touchdown pass to Boston Scott seals Eagles’ comeback victory over Giants

Carson Wentz helped the Philadelphia Eagles seal a comeback win over New York Giants, with one touchdown pass made to Boston Scott when only 40 seconds were left during the fourth quarter.

The Eagles had capitalized on its opponent’s miscues late during the game in order to win.

The comeback of Eagles began with around 6 mins playtime left. The Giants went late by 12 points and looking at how the defense had been playing, it was quite evident that the Eagles did not have any answer.

When 4:42 mins were left during the fourth quarter, Wentz shot one 3 yard touchdown pass to Greg Ward for bringing Philly with 5 points. Though the Giants still had one chance left for extending their drive, a pass made to tight end Evan Engram by Daniel Hones was dropped while it hit his end.

The miscue as well as a string of penalties helped Wentz lead one 6-play and 71 yard drive, ending with one 18 yard touchdown pass made to Scott.

Notably, with this victory, the Eagles now shift to 2-4-1. They will still be playing for NFC East crown. The Giants, at 1-6, aren’t completely out of the race but it sure is going to be a tough ride ahead for them.

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