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Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa lead 49ers past Eagles 17-11

PHILADELPHIA -- — Jimmy Garoppolo wasn't thinking about Trey Lance coming into the game. He was too busy using his own legs to convert first downs. Garoppolo threw one touchdown pass and ran in for a score, leading the San Francisco 49ers to a 17-11 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
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49ers Escape Philly 2-0 in a Defensive Slugfest vs. Eagles

It wasn't pretty in the least bit, but the San Francisco 49ers pulled off the win over the Philadelphia Eagles, 17-11. It was a slow start offensively, but the 49ers defense managed to control the majority of the game, which was highlighted by several mistakes for the Eagles. "They're a...
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49ers vs. Eagles inactives

Here are the Eagles' inactives for Sunday's Week 2 matchup with the 49ers:. News and notes: Safety Marcus Epps was questionable entering today's game after entering the concussion protocol last week against the Falcons. He is good to go. Offensive lineman Landon Dickerson is set to make his NFL debut. The second-round pick suffered a knee injury late in his final college season at Alabama. Linebacker Davion Taylor is active after missing the season opener with a calf injury.
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Ways to Watch and Listen to 49ers vs. Eagles in Week 2

Following the nail-biting conclusion to the 49ers Week 1 matchup with the Detroit Lions, the team heads to Philadelphia 1-0 to take on the Eagles at 10:00 am PT on Sunday, September 19. Here are all the ways to follow the game. HOW TO WATCH. Watch the Game on TV.
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49ers vs. Eagles: How to watch, listen, and stream

Fresh off an impressive 32-6 win on the road against the Atlanta Falcons to kick off the season, the Eagles return to Philadelphia for the home opener of the 2021 season. "Round 2" is against the San Francisco 49ers, who were also victorious in Week 1 with a triumph against the Detroit Lions. These two teams squared off in prime time last season with the Eagles leaving the West Coast with a 25-20 victory, but both teams are vastly different. No matter where you are, you can follow the action. Here's how:
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Josh Norman to Start, Trey Sermon to Make 49ers Debut vs. Eagles

The biggest question for the San Francisco 49ers heading into Week 2 surrounded their woes at cornerback. With Jason Verrett (knee) on Injured Reserve and Emmanuel Moseley (knee) doubtful heading into the contest, the 49ers are likely to lean on new faces to defense Philly's young corps of wideouts. It's...
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49ers to Lean on Trey Lance, Rookies as Eagles Present New Challenges

With a backdrop of rolling hills and green scenery, the 49ers spent their week at The Greenbrier campus in West Virginia in between East Coast matchups to open the regular season. The remote stay presents camp-like opportunities for team bonding, but just as important, a facility that features two full practice fields to resume preparations for their Week 2 contest against the Philadelphia Eagles, who also stand 1-0.
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Javon Kinlaw Questionable, Emmanuel Moseley Doubtful vs. Eagles

The San Francisco 49ers just wrapped up their final practice of the week in West Virginia on Friday and will travel to Philadelphia on Saturday to face the 1-0 Eagles in their home opener on Sunday. New developments arose this week as several members of the 49ers returned to practice...
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D-line shoulders the responsibility to win against tricky 49ers scheme

In this case, the numbers lied. Fletcher Cox didn't register a tackle or a quarterback hit or even a pressure in last week's win over the Atlanta Falcons. The truth was, though, that Cox had a tremendous impact on the game, attracting double-team blocks and causing the Falcons to rotate at the left guard position. Cox may not have had the numbers, but he was a huge part of a defensive line effort that helped limit Atlanta to 59 total net yards and six first downs in a dominating second half, a time when fellow tackles Javon Hargrave (two sacks, three quarterback hits) and Hassan Ridgeway (sack, three quarterback hits) made the "splash" plays.
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