DeSean Jackson, who left the game earlier with an apparent leg injury, was seen warming up on the sidelines and could return to the game. That’s good news because this game is quickly slipping away from the Philadelphia Eagles. They trail the Green Bay Packers 14-0 in the second quarter behind two Aaron Rodgers touchdown passes, the latest a nine-yard strike to James Jones.
Rodgers is 11-for-14 for 88 yards and has led the Packers to 12 first downs to only three for the Eagles. The Packers defense has been very stout and they’ve sacked Michael Vick twice and forced him out of the pocket on countless other times. Throw in the running game led by James Starks (eight carries, 51 yards) and you have a recipe for a Packers win.