Running back Alfred Morris finished with 20 carries for 76 yards, continuing an impressive rookie season, but Sunday was also fraught with mistakes. Morris was whistled for two false start penalties and was responsible for one sack on Griffin because he was on the quarterback’s wrong side for a zone read handoff.
“There was a lot going on in our minds. There’s definitely sometimes going to be some miscommunications,” Morris said. “But we still won. We were able to work out the kinks and get this ‘W.’”
• Cornerback Josh Wilson hurt his shoulder late in the game and did not return.
• Eagles running back LeSean McCoy suffered a concussion on a legal helmet-to-helmet hit from Madieu Williams. Coach Andy Reid said he had no regrets about McCoy being in the game long after the outcome had been determined.
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