Eagles at Packers Live: Highlights Analysis From NFL Week 4 Game

11:40 p.m.: Avonte Maddox just took a brutal friendly fire hit from Andrew Sendejo. It was hard to watch. And now the Eagles have lost two corners in this game. They're down to Rasul Douglas and Craig James at the position. 

There's 1:06 left in this game and the Packers are at the 7-yard line. Eagles are up 34-27. 

11:17 p.m.: How's that for a goal line stand? 

The Packers had the ball on the 1-yard line with four chances to get in the end zone and Aaron Rodgers ended up with four incompletions. The fourth down play went to Jimmy Graham and he couldn't reel it in. The Eagles force the turnover on downs. 

11:03 p.m.: Jordan Howard just picked up his third overall touchdown of the game as the Eagles take the lead back early in the fourth quarter. He has two rushing touchdowns and one receiving. 

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There's 14:13 left in the fourth: Eagles 34, Packers 27 

11 p.m.: Thursday Night Football isn't supposed to be good, but nobody told the Eagles or Packers. 

End of three: Eagles 27, Packers 27 

10:51 p.m.: Aaron Rodgers is pretty damn good. He just made an incredible throw on a 14-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Graham. Andrew Sendejo got beat in coverage. Just like that, we have a tied game. 

Still 3:16 left in the third: Packers 27, Eagles 27 

10:37 p.m.: The Eagles just forced a 3-and-out, but they could have had a touchdown. I know you'll be shocked, but Nigel Bradham dropped what would have been pick-6. He just can't catch. 

10:31 p.m.: The Eagles just drove 76 yards on eight plays and capped it with a 20-yard touchdown pass from Wentz to Jordan Howard. Really great design on a lot of those plays; they dinked and dunked their way down the field. 

Still 9:12 left in the third: Eagles 27, Packers 20 

10 p.m.: The Eagles gave Aaron Rodgers too much time. The Packers just drove 70 yards on seven plays to cut the lead to one-point at halftime. The big play was a 31-yard deep ball to Geronimo Allison on 3rd-and-6. The very next play, he hit Allison for a 19-yard touchdown. 

This is a good one. 

The Eagles are being outgained 266-147 but they have gotten some big stops for field goals and have made the most of their short fields on offense. This feels like it's gonna come down to the wire. 

At half: Eagles 21, Packers 20 

9:51 p.m.: Remember in Super Bowl LII when Brandon Graham had that strip sack and Derek Barnett recovered. Well, the reverse happened tonight. 

Barnett got a strip sack of Aaron Rodgers and Graham recovered it. 

A few plays later, the Eagles punched in a touchdown to extend their lead. After starting down 10-0 early, the Eagles have really responded, scoring 21 second-quarter points. 

Just :59 left in the half: Eagles 21, Packers 13 

9:40 p.m.: The Eagles capitalized on great field position on the second straight drive. This time, they got the ball at the 40 after the kickoff rolled out of bounds. The Eagles drove down the field on 11 plays and Wentz hit Goedert for a three-yard touchdown. The Eagles converted on third down three times on that drive. 

Alshon Jeffery and Dallas Goedert have the two touchdowns. The Eagles are happy to have them back. 

Just like that, the Eagles have a lead. 

Still 2:45 left in the half: Eagles 14, Packers 13 

9:25 p.m.: After a big play down the sideline to Davante Adams, the Eagles' defense held the Packers to a field goal. That's a big stop. 

Still 8:24 left in the half: Packers 13, Eagles 7 

But Adams is killing the Eagles so far. 

9:07 p.m.: Andrew Sendejo just made a huge play on third down to bat down a pass to prevent an early second-quarter touchdown. This drive started at the Packers' own 10-yard line. 

Meanwhile, Sidney Jones (hamstring) is questionable to return. 

There's 14:01 left in the half: Packers 10, Eagles 0 

8:49 p.m.: Interesting decision from Doug Pederson to punt on 4th-and-3 from the Green Bay 47. I know it's early, but I expected him to go for it. At least punter Cameron Johnston did his job and pinned the Packers at the 10-yard line. 

8:46 p.m.: Some good news from Lambeau: 

8:40 p.m.: After that cheap shot from Barnett on the first play of the drive, Jim Schwartz blitzed and Aaron Rodgers made him pay. Rodgers hit Davante Adams down the right sideline over Sidney Jones for a 58-yard gain. Jones actually had decent coverage, but couldn't break up the pass and Adams nearly broke it. 

The Packers went 89 yards on five plays to open the scoring. That's the longest drive for the Packers this season. 

The Eagles are already playing from behind. Yikes. 

Still 10:31 left in the first: Packers 7, Eagles 0 

8:32 p.m.: Derek Barnett just got called for an unnecessary roughness for hitting Packers running back Jamaal Williams late. It was a really stupid penalty and Williams was put on a stretcher and carted off the field. The Eagles love that Barnett rallies to the football, but that was completely unnecessary. He should be fined by the league for that one. 

That was a complete cheap shot. 

8:20 p.m.: The Packers won the toss and deferred. The Eagles' offense is up first. They got points on their opening drive last week. 

8:09 p.m.: It's almost time for football!  

6:52 p.m.: Here are the Eagles' inactive players for tonight: 

DeSean Jackson (abdomen)
Tim Jernigan (foot) 
Ronald Darby (hamstring) 
Nate Herbig 
Shareef Miller 
Matt Pryor 
Nate Sudfeld 

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6:42 p.m.: A few scenes from early pregame warmups: 

5:49 p.m.: The Eagles have arrived. 

5:13 p.m.: Just over three hours before kickoff at historic Lambeau Field. 

9:56 a.m.: Good morning, everyone! We have a long day of waiting ahead of us for this game tonight. I'll be getting to the stadium around 5 p.m., but until then, here are some things to check out: 

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