Seahawks vs. Eagles final score: Seattle advances past injury-riddled Philadelphia
MORE: NFL playoff bracketWentz took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Seahawks pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney in the first quarter. He was evaluated for a concussion and eventually ruled out for the remainder of the game. The 40-year-old McCown came on and made his playoff debut.McCown kept things afloat for Philadelphia (18-of-24 passing, 174 yards), but he was sacked six times and failed to lead the Eagles into the end zone. MORE: Can you name all eight of McCown’s NFL teams?Russell Wilson and wide receiver D.K. Metcalf paced the Seahawks, converting seven of their nine targets for 160 yards and a touchdown. The duo provided two momentum-swinging plays, including Metcalf’s 53-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter and a 36-yard connection to seal the victory.The fifth-seeded Seahawks will head to Lambeau Field in Green Bay to battle the second-seeded Packers next Sunday in the NFC divisional round.IYER: Lynch, Russell can bring back playoff nightmares for PackersSporting News provided live scores, updates and highlights from Seahawks vs. Eagles:Seahawks vs. Eagles score 1Q2Q3Q4QFSeahawks377017Eagles03609Seahawks vs. Eagles live updates, highlights(All time Eastern)Final: Seahawks 17, Eagles 97:37 p.m.: Wilson goes deep to Metcalf who snags a 36-yard reception, effectively ending the game and advancing the Seahawks to the divisional round. 7:31 p.m.: McCown is sacked on fourth down and Seattle will get the ball back with 1:56 to play. Philadelphia will all three timeouts. 7:28 p.m.: At the two-minute warning, Philadelphia has a fourth-and-7 from the Seattle 10. 7:25 p.m.: McCown goes deep to Shelton Gibson and the Seahawks are called for pass interference. Eagles at the Seattle 13. 7:20 p.m.: Eagles force a three-and-out and will get the ball back with a little less than five minutes remaining. 7:15 p.m.: On fourth-and-3 from the Seahawks 24, Sanders drops what would have been a first down. Turnover on downs with 6:24 to play.7:04 p.m.: Philadelphia takes down Wilson for a sack on third-and-8 from the Eagles 41. Seattle to punt it away. End of third quarter: Seahawks 17, Eagles 96:51 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, EAGLES. Elliott hits his third kick of the day, this time from 38 yards out. Philly closes back within one possession. Seahawks 17, Eagles 9.6:40 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SEAHAWKS. Wilson goes deep to Metcalf who makes a diving grab and gets up to reach out for the end zone for a 53-yard touchdown to extend the lead. Seahawks 17, Eagles 6.D.K. Metcalf makes the catch, gets back up and crosses the goal line for the TD! @dkm14 @DangeRussWilsonThe @Seahawks now lead, 17-6. #NFLPlayoffs📺: #SEAvsPHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/NEt2BwLKa5 pic.twitter.com/rND3m8dGoq— NFL (@NFL) January 5, 20206:32 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, EAGLES. Elliott wraps a seven-play drive with a 26-yard field goal. Philadelphia got as close as the the Seattle 5 before moving backwards. Seahawks 10, Eagles 6.6:26 p.m.: Doug Pederson confirms that Wentz is out for the remainder of the game with a head injury. McCown and the Eagles get the second half started on their own 25. Halftime: Seahawks 10, Eagles 3StatsFirst downs: Seahawks 11; Eagles 7Possession: Seahawks 15:58; Eagles 14:02Total yards: Seahawks 229; Eagles 87Rushing yards: Eagles 64; Seahawks 48Passing yards: Seahawks 181; Eagles 23Penalties: Seahawks 7-45; Eagles 4-30 6:06 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SEAHAWKS. Marshawn Lynch breaks a series of tackles and then muscles his way into the end zone to give the Seahawks the lead. Seahawks 10, Eagles 3.BEASTMODE ‼️ @MoneyLynch #Seahawks extend their lead, 10-3. #NFLPlayoffs📺: #SEAvsPHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/NEt2BwLKa5 pic.twitter.com/H77bwkX4wZ— NFL (@NFL) January 5, 20206:02 p.m.: David Moore sets up first-and-goal after a lengthy run following a juggling catch for a 38-yard gain. Pretty play by David [email protected] circles the defense for a huge 38-yard gain! #Seahawks #NFLPlayoffs📺: #SEAvsPHI on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/NEt2BwLKa5 pic.twitter.com/C7zF1Lag7l— NFL (@NFL) January 5, 20205:58 p.m.: The Seahawks move the chains on third down with a 26-yard D.K. Metcalf reception to get Seattle near midfield. Less than two minutes to go before halftime. 5:52 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, EAGLES. Jake Elliott ties the game at 3-3 with a 46-yard field goal. Philadelphia used a 13-play drive to set up the kick. Seahawks 3, Eagles 3.5:41 p.m.: Seattle gets past midfield but not much further. Ball back to McCown and the Eagles. 5:24 p.m.: The next Eagles drive goes just five plays. Philadelphia has 22 yards on 13 plays thus far.5:23 p.m.: Wentz is reportedly questionable to return with a head injury. End of first quarter: Seahawks 3, Eagles 05:18 p.m.: Josh McCown is under center for the Eagles in replacement of Wentz.5:15 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, SEAHAWKS. Myers pockets a 49-yard field-goal attempt to break the tie. Seahawks 3, Eagles 0.5:14 p.m.: Carson Wentz, who originally was in the medical tent, is now headed to the locker room. Michelle Tafoya referenced a head-to-head collision with Jadeveon Clowney.5:11 p.m.: Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham is down on the field and receiving medical attention.5:03 p.m.: Philadelphia’s drive stalls after five plays and the Eagles punt it away. 4:56 p.m.: The Seahawks set up for a 35-yard field goal but Philadelphia blocks Jason Myers’ attempt to keep it scoreless.4:52 p.m.: Russell Wilson scrambles ahead for a 22-yard gain to set the Seahawks up in striking distance. The Eagles entered the NFL playoffs with several contributors hobbled and bruised, and the injury bug bit them again Sunday as they fell to the Seahawks 17-9 in the final game of wild-card weekend.Already without Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, DeSean Jackson and Jordan Howard on offense, Philly’s attack took another huge blow when quarterback Carson Wentz suffered a first-half head injury that forced backup Josh McCown under center. 4:47 p.m.: Philadelphia begins with a three-and-out of their own. Both teams had a fumble on their opening drives. 4:44 p.m.: The Seahawks go three-and-out on the opening drive and will have to punt it away. 4:42 p.m.: Tyler Lockett takes the opening kickoff to the 28-yard line and the Seahawks will get started on offense.