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The Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles dominated their opponents in the first week of the season. They played a game in Philadelphia last night.

They were one of the main attractions for the first ABC/ESPN Monday night game of the year. The Eagles were one of the favorites to make it to the Super Bowl after their front office made improvements to the roster. The Vikings are strong enough to challenge the Packers for the top spot in the division. Both the Eagles and Vikings have problems with their starting quarterbacks.

Adding A.J. Brown to the wide receiver corps will make them stronger. Smith has the talent to become one of the best wide receiver in the league, even though he is only in his second season. Brown is a member of that group. The defense was made rockier by the addition of Hasson Reddick and James Bradberry.

The Vikings weren't able to make the playoffs because of health on defense. They lost Danielle Hunter for the rest of the season due to a physical injury and Everson Griffen for the rest of the season due to a scary incident. The Vikings brought in Za'Darius Smith from the Green Bay Packers in order to keep a strong one-two pass-rushing punch. Their offense still has several players.

Two strong rosters with questions at quarterback.

The Vikings signed Cousins to a fully guaranteed $84 million contract after two lucrative franchise-tag seasons in Washington. The Vikings lost to the Eagles in the Superbowl after coming back to beat the New Orleans Saints in the playoffs.

Neither team has been to the Super Bowl. They lost in the divisional round of the playoffs. The Eagles have had their best regular-season record since winning the title. Hurts was a full time starter last season. The Eagles were rewarded for sneaking into the playoffs with a trouncing by the Buccaneers. The Eagles' offense was not effective.

The best and worst of both quarterbacks were on display as the Eagles beat the Vikings. Hurts scored on a spectacular touchdown run, the second of his two scores on the ground, as well as connecting on some major downfield passing plays. During that drive, he threw three picks, something he hadn't done since 2020. At the end of the game, it appeared that the quarterback had lost his bearings. The social networking site had a laugh.

The Vikings had a chance to score in the first half, but he picked off a pass. The Vikings blocked a field goal by the Eagles. The Eagles had a great starting field position at the 30 yard line. He had a passer rating of 51.2.

The Vikings were down 17 points at the end of the first half. The Vikings knew that they were not out of the game after the Dolphins and Jets came back. Their quarterback couldn't do it.

The Vikings had several chances to get back in the game, and it was their worst game of the season by a long shot. The Vikings would have only been down by seven if Irv Smith, Jr. caught a rainbow fromCousins late in the second quarter.

Hurts had five incomplete passes and threw for 333 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn't like he was threading needles with all his passes His pass catchers were wide open on his best plays, a far cry from the looks he got in the playoffs.

The score didn't change in the second half. The Eagles were fortunate that the Vikings offense collapsed. The Eagles gained more than 35 yards on only one drive in the second half as they lost the game by a score of 24-7.

After Monday Night Football returns to ABC, there will be many opinions, but no one should change their minds about the players.

Both affect their teams in the same way. Once the most important games take place in the winter, the weak spots on championship-level offenses will be Cousins and Hurts.