Lane Johnson catches a touchdown pass as Eagles pour it on Giants

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The rout is on.

Right tackle Lane Johnson gave the Eagles a 27-3 lead on the Giants before Alex Singleton caught a deflected Mike Glennon pass and returned the pick-six 29 yards for a 34-3 lead. The teams were tied 3-3 at halftime.

Johnson was tackle-eligible on the play and got wide open. All he had to do was catch the pass from Jalen Hurts, and he did.

It was the first career catch for Johnson, who is in his ninth season, and the first offensive lineman to catch a touchdown for the Eagles since Todd Herremans 11 years ago.

Singleton had his second career pick-six, having scored on a 30-yard interception return last season. Those are his only two career interceptions.

5 responses to “Lane Johnson catches a touchdown pass as Eagles pour it on Giants

  1. Giants game plan was to see how far they could push fans until they would switch off the game. I made it to the interception for a touchdown. Their fight song should be the Limbo Rock. How lowwww and you goooo.

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