The Philadelphia Eagles come from behind to lead 10-7 against the New Orleans Saints at half time.
The Philadelphia Eagles go in at the break leading 10-7 against the New Orleans Saints at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford led his team down the field with a strong drive but he was picked off by former Seahawks corner Brandon Browner in the endzone.
That turnover would prove costly, as New Orleans drove into Philadelphia territory before Drew Brees would find his tight end Benjamin Watson for the six-yard touchdown.
Bradford would throw another interception in the endzone at the start of the second quarter as former CFL star Delvin Breaux cut in front of the wide receivers' route to force another turnover.
However, the Eagles quarterback would recover from those mistakes to throw a touchdown pass to Josh Huff, who was left clear after two Saints defenders collided and ran it home for the 41-yard score.
Brees would fumble the ball late in the first half which allowed Philadelphia to sneak in front with seconds to go thanks to a Caleb Sturgis field goal.
Result: Late Garcon score hands Redskins victory >