The Super Bowl rematch against the New England Patriots wasn't as successful as the game in February, but there were still positive individual performances the Eagles can be happy about heading into the upcoming week of practice.
WR Shelton Gibson
For the second week in a row, Gibson shined for the Eagles. The former fifth-round pick led the team in receptions (5) and yards (90) and caught another touchdown. His longest reception went for 57 yards.
He also excelled on special teams, racking up 121 yards on four kick returns.
QB Nate Sudfeld
Sudfeld bounced back from a two-interception outing last week by throwing for more than 300 yards and three scores. The Sudfeld-to-Gibson connection has been a hit so far this preseason.
CB Ronald Darby
Darby's performance doesn't stand out by looking at the box score, but he broke up two passes down the field and was exceptional in man coverage. Eagles fans should be excited to potentially get a full season out of the fourth-year corner.
TE Dallas Goedert
Goedert once against showed Thursday that the Eagles made a good decision in selecting him in the second round of this year's draft.
The rookie tight end only caught three passes, but they went for 57 yards, proving that he is more than capable of moving the chains.
S Jeremy Reaves
The rookie out of South Alabama was very active during his time on the field, recording four tackles and was efficient on punt return coverage.
Take a look at all the photos from the Eagles' second preseason game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.