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Eagles Lead 39-20 After Three Quarters


The Eagles battle the Green Bay Packers in their third preseason game of the 2015 season. Check out all of the action from the game ...

The Eagles head into the fourth quarter with a 39-20 lead after a tough third quarter.

The Packers started the quarter by gaining 24 yards in three plays, but a huge tackle by Najee Goode pushed them back 5 yards. The Packers were unable to convert the first down, forcing a punt back to the Eagles' offense.

Quarterback Matt Barkley entered the game for the first time but a quick three-and-out sent the ball right back to Green Bay.

Following a 50-yard punt by Donnie Jones, Green Bay started its possession from the 10-yard line.

Brett Hundley and the Packers' offense attempted to make their way down the field, but were forced to punt after a series of incomplete passes.

A 39-yard punt by Tim Masthay was caught by Kenjon Barner, who took a big hit at the 31-yard line to start the possession.

Two incomplete passes by Barkley and a sack put the ball right back in the Packers' hands resulted in a three-and-out for the Eagles' offense. 

Two passes by Hundley to Myles White gave the Packers 11 yards. On second down, Hundley completed a 15-yard pass to Kennard Backman. Another completed pass to White for 10 yards followed putting the Packers at the Eagles' 46-yard line.

The Packers entered the red zone and Hundley completed three passes followed by a short right pass to Backman for a touchdown.

A failed two-point conversion attempt left the score at 39-20 with 1:08 left in the third quarter.

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