For the second consecutive week, the Philadelphia Eagles lost at home to a member of the NFL elite and failed to score more than 10 points in the process. To add injury to insult, their starting quarterback might have taken the biggest hit.
Carson Wentz hurt his right hand during the course of Philly's 17-9 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The QB underwent X-rays during the game and the results were negative, coach Doug Pederson told reporters.
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Wentz said he "should be good" according to the story, but this is now two games in a row he and the offense have really struggled. Reports he left the trainers room postgame with his right hand wrapped in ice. McCown is the team's backup QB if Wentz can't play at Miami in Week 13.