On Monday night, the Eagles gained revenge on the Chiefs after a 38-35 loss in Super Bowl LVII, winning 21-17.
Here are three takeaways from the most popular Monday night game of the year.
Time to worry about the Chiefs offense?: Kansas City’s offense hasn’t been as high as usual this season, but the doubts have been reinforced by quarterback Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid.
That could change after a third consecutive disappointing performance. Over the last three games (1-2), the team’s offense averaged 292.3 yards and scored 15.7 points during that period.
Mahomes was 24 of 43 for 177 yards (4.1 yards per attempt), two touchdowns and an interception. He didn’t get much help from his teammates, either, as Travis Kelce uncharacteristically fumbled in the red zone, and the team’s lack of a true No. 1:42 left.