Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Players that shined against the Redskins during Week 13

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – DECEMBER 03: Running back Josh Adams #33 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against cornerback Fabian Moreau #31 of the Washington Redskins during the third quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on December 3, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Eagles won 28-13. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

After a big win during Week 13, which Philadelphia Eagles’ players deserve a game ball for their efforts?

For the first time this season, the Philadelphia Eagles have won games back to back. Fortunately, they were both NFC East matchups, which advance the Eagles to 6-6 on the year, sitting one game back for first place in the division. Seeing as though the New York Giants are pretty much out of their way, and the Washington Redskins are down to their third-string quarterback, the division crown is the Dallas Cowboys’ to lose, and there for the Eagles to take.

We’ll see what happens next weekend when the Eagles travel to Dallas to attempt to get their revenge on the Cowboys. But before we jump into next week, we have to acknowledge the stars of Monday night’s win against the Redskins. Finally, the Eagles have a performance to be happy about. They won by multiple possessions, and weren’t in any danger of blowing the lead.

It wasn’t a perfect win by any means. The Eagles still left a lot of plays out on the field, and realistically, they should’ve blown out the Redskins. Hopefully though, the Eagles clean up the simple mistakes that they made on Monday and finally obtain a flawless win moving forward. Aside from the mistakes though, who were the three MVPs of Monday night’s matchup?

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