- AJ Brown had a touchdown called back in what was not his best game
- But the Eagles nonetheless won 34-28 to move to 2-0 on the season
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The Eagles improved to 2-0 on Thursday night but not everyone appeared to be a happy camper as Eagles receiver AJ Brown looked upset before the fourth quarter.
Despite the win, Brown did not have his best game as he totaled just four catches for 29 receiving yards on six targets.
Brown also saw a 25-yard touchdown in the third quarter called back due to a penalty, and was unlucky not to draw a pass interference call on the next play.
And before the fourth quarter began, the star receiver could be seen exchanging words with quarterback Jalen Hurts on the sideline.
It’s unclear what the pair was discussing.
However, whatever the pair was talking about, Eagles coach Nick Sirianni felt it was necessary to diffuse the situation, as can be seen in video of the moment.
A.J. Brown appeared to be unhappy about something as he exchanged words with Jalen Hurts
A.J. Brown was held to just 29 receiving yards vs. the Vikings on Thursday Night Football
The Eagles led 27-14 entering the fourth quarter, and while the Vikings ultimately cut away at that lead, Philly emerged victorious, 34-28.
A touchdown grab by K.J. Osborn was followed up by a D’Andre Swift rushing score for the hosts to make the score 34-21.
T.J. Hockenson scored his second touchdown of the night with just over a minute remaining to make it a one-possession game, but the Eagles fell on the Vikings’ onside kick before batting down a hail mary on the last play of the game.
Philly will face the Bucs on Monday, September 25 next while Minnesota will host the Chargers the day prior.