(PHILADELPHIA) — Nick Foles threw three touchdowns to lead the Philadelphia Eagles past the Arizona Cardinals, 24-21 Sunday.
“It’s one down, one to go and that’s our philosophy,” Philadelphia head coach Chip Kelly said of his team that has now won four-straight. “We took care of business today. Our only focus right now is getting ready for the Lions and that’s it, because you’re not in a situation where there’s any comfort in terms of leads or anything like that. So it’s just focusing on the next opponent and I thought those guys did a great job coming back from the bye of doing that, just, let’s get ready for the Cardinals, and let’s just worry about that and we took care of business today. And we’ll get back to work on Tuesday and get ready for Detroit coming in here.”
The Eagles (7-5) now are tied atop the NFC East with the Dallas Cowboys.
Meanwhile, the Cardinals (7-5) four-game win streak was snapped.
Carson Palmer threw for 302 yards and three touchdowns in the loss.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire