Carson Wentz finds some way to pull off some magical play every single week, it seems. In the Eagles’ Sunday Night Football matchup against the Seahawks, it was this 51-yard bomb to Nelson Agholor.
He did it again versus the Bears, when he escaped on third-and-9 for an 18-yard gain.
It probably won’t make a difference in the outcome of this one. The Seahawks added another touchdown to take back a two-score lead. But it sure is fun to see Wentz magically extending plays.
The Chiefs have been locked in a battle with the Jets on Sunday in East Rutherford, and Marcus Peters eventually had enough.
After a Josh McCown rushing touchdown, a defensive holding was called on Chiefs cornerback Steven Nelson, and Peters took the official’s penalty flag and threw it into the stands:
Peters was then called for unsportsmanlike conduct for the flag toss, which landed in the stands much to the amusement of a lucky fan:
The Jets went for two after the touchdown, and converted to make it a 38-31 game with just over two minutes to go.