The Philadelphia Eagles hosted the Tennessee Titans for Week 13, and the game wasn’t without some drama.
After a number of penalties sustained by the offensive line for false starts, offensive lineman Landon Dickerson was injured. During the second half of the game, wide receiver Quez Watkins was also injured, leaving the game.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURIES
Landon Dickerson, who was injured first, was seen limping off of the field. While in the medical tent, former first-round draft pick Andre Dillard took his place, playing his seventh game of the 2022 season. Dickerson eventually returned to the field, finishing the game.
In the third quarter, wide receiver Quez Watkins was then forced to exit the game. After a three-yard gain, Watkins injured his shoulder, leaving for the locker room.
Injury Update: WR Quez Watkins (shoulder) is questionable to return.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 4, 2022
Before leaving the game, Watkins finished with five catches for 37 receiving yards. His injury (if serious), will now leave the Eagles’ offense even thinner after losing Dallas Goedert to a shoulder injury against the Washington Commanders. Goedert, who is now on IR, is not eligible to return until Week 15.
Given Goedert’s absence, Watkins has seen an increased role. Behind him are Zach Pascal and Britain Covey. Watkins will likely undergo testing tomorrow, as Eagles fans await an update.
This season, the wide receiver has 17 catches for 259 yards and three touchdowns.
The Eagles finished the game with another victory, now going 11-1, remaining the first-place team in the NFL.