After losing to the Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football, the Philadelphia Eagles are coming off their first loss of the year. With so much quality on the team, getting back on track shouldn’t be too difficult, but they will have to get by without Dallas Goedert and Jordan Davis for the time being.
During the Eagles’ defeat, Goedert suffered a shoulder injury and was placed on injured reserve. When Davis sustained an ankle injury in Week 8, he was put on injured reserve. Both players are anticipated to play again later in the regular season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Dallas Goedert, a tight end with the Philadelphia Eagles who was just placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, is anticipated to make a comeback during the regular season, league sources informed ESPN, according to Schefter. The Eagles think Jordan Davis, a rookie defensive tackle, has a good chance to play against the Tennessee Titans on December 4 when he is eligible to be activated from injured reserve.
Goedert has 544 receiving yards from 43 catches, three touchdowns, and a passer rating of 97. One of Jalen Hurts’ main targets, particularly in screenplays, is him.
Davis, a rookie selected with the 13th overall pick, has made a total of 14 tackles this year while also deflecting one pass. To replace Davis, a huge and intimidating presence in the trenches, Philadelphia went out and signed free agents Ndamukong Suh and Linval Joseph.
Maintaining good health throughout the last stretch of the regular season will be essential for the Eagles, who have a real chance to win the Super Bowl.