Doug Pederson doesn’t regret conservative game plan!

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The Philadelphia Eagles’ explosive offense was contained by the Seattle Seahawks. There’s no way around that. But part of the reason the Eagles only scored 10 points was because of their offensive game plan.

In the first half, Carson Wentz went 5-9 for 45 yards in the first half. That was just the way Doug Pederson drew it up, and he didn’t change his strategy because of Seattle’s home-field advantage.


“You have to be a little cautious — I would say — going into games like that, with the environment, the noise,” Pederson said.

The Eagles tried to get a big play in the first half, but Wentz overthrew Nelson Agholor on a crossing route. If Wentz made that throw, Agholor likely would have scored a 54-yard touchdown.

Continue reading to learn how the game was closer than it appeared!