Monday Night Football: Drew Lock, Seahawks stun Eagles 20-17 with last-minute drive

The Eagles lost their third straight game to fall to 10-4 and tie the Cowboys in the NFC East, while the Seahawks moved up to 7-7 after a four-game losing streak.

Seattle took over at its own 8 with 1:52 left and its season at stake. DK Metcalf caught 18-, 5-, and 34-yard passes on the game-winning drive, two of which were highlight-reel.

A 29-yard pass from Lock to rookie Jaxon Smith-Njigba, who caught the back half and held on, gave the Seahawks their first lead with 28 seconds left.

Second fourth-quarter interception by Julian Love held them. Instead of A.J. Brown, he picked Jalen Hurts at the Seattle 17.

Lock went 22-of-33 for 208 yards and a touchdown playing with Smith questionable with a groin injury.

Walker had 86 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries and 26 yards on three receptions, and Metcalf had five catches for 78 yards.

Hurts tied Cam Newton for the most rushing touchdowns in a season with 14 with two despite flu-like symptoms. 

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