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A Preseason Game Ends in a Tie

The Philadelphia Eagles took on the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, August 17, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Both teams played hard against one another in the Second round of the Preseason Games.

The game in Pennsylvania resulted in a tie between both teams.

Each team fought to keep ahead, but no one came out on top.

In the first quarter, The browns scored a safety by Mohamoud Diabate, earning them their first two points.

Following that, the Eagles kicked a field goal for their first three points.

In the second quarter, The Eagles did not score; however, The Browns kicked two field goals putting them even further ahead.

By the third quarter, both teams had scored touchdowns. Trey Sermon ran a 33-yard run, and to add the extra point, Jake Elliot kicked the ball into a field goal.

It wasn’t too long before the Browns scored again after Kellen Mond made the pass to Austin Wakins Jr. The team was still five points ahead.

In the fourth quarter, The browns kicked a field goal by Cade York.

The Eagles scored in the last six minutes of the game.

Brandy Russel caught a 22-yard pass from second-string quarterback Tanner Mckee.

This touchdown tied the game to the score of 18-18.

The Browns could break the tie with a field goal kicked by Cade York.

In the last two minutes, the first kick resulted in a miss, but due to an illegal formation called on the Eagles, he had a second chance to kick the ball again. However, York missed the second field goal.

The missed field goals left the score tied to finish the game.

Both teams did well but will work more on plays during practices this week.

The Eagles have yet to win a preseason game.

The Browns already have one and have tied the second one.

Next week The Philadelphia Eagles will take on The Indianapolis Colts at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday at 8 P.M.

The Cleveland Browns will The Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Saturday, August 26 at 1 P.M.

Both NFL games can be watched or streamed on ABC, NBC, CBS, and the NFL+ App.

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