The Green Bay Packers were absolutely rolling against the lowly Philadelphia Eagles—until late in the fourth quarter, that is. With rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts coming off the bench in favor of struggling signal-caller Carson Wentz, the Eagles immediately received a spark to aid the efforts of the first-year quarterback with a fellow rookie in wide receiver Jalen Reagor returning a punt 74 yards to the house.

Not only did Reagor find the end zone to bring Philadelphia within striking distance of Green Bay on the road at Lambeau Field, but the rookie wide out did so in quite the impressive fashion by managing to stay in bounds while dodging defenders left and right.

Unfortunately for Reagor, Hurts and the rest of the Eagles, this glimmer of hope did not last very long as the Packers would soon march down the field en route to finding the end zone themselves. Packers running back Aaron Jones broke free for a long touchdown run to seal the deal for the surging NFC North franchise.

With the Packers now 9-3 and in second place in the NFC standings, the Eagles continue to fall further and further out of contention as Philadelphia currently sits at a dismal 3-8-1.