Philadelphia Eagles open season 2-0 for second straight year.
Philadelphia won their home opener 34-28 Thursday night after the Minnesota Vikings committed four turnovers.
Week 2 champion Eagles ran for 259 yards. The win moved the Eagles to 2-0 and Minnesota to 0-2.
Philadelphia ruled the football all night, and the Vikings struggled to halt their ground attack.
DeVonta Smith digs After a 54-yard first-half reception, Smith grabbed a 63-yard touchdown in the third quarter to make it 27-7.
Jefferson has 150 receiving yards on nine receptions in a Week 1 defeat to Tampa Bay.
The Vikings' standout wide receiver recorded 11 receptions for 159 yards in Week 2's loss.
Vikings' safety Camryn Bynum Bynum tackled effectively for Minnesota. Vikings safety had a game-high 15 tackles. He has 10 Week 1 tackles.
Vikings' run defense Vikings dominated on the ground. The Minnesota run defense allowed 259 running yards. Eagles ran 5.4 yards per run.
The Eagles virtually doubled the Vikings in possession. Philadelphia had possession for 39 minutes and 28 seconds, while Minnesota had 20 minutes and 32 seconds.