Sam Bradford (7) had arguably his best game as an Eagle in the team's Week 9 33-27 overtime win over the Cowboys. Tim Heitman USA TODAY Sports
It has been a long time coming for both Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford and wide receiver Jordan Matthews. After a slow start to the season, both players came up big in the Eagles' 33-27 Week 9 overtime win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Bradford hit Matthews on a crossing route, and the second year wide receiver took the pass to the house for a game-winning 41-yard touchdown on the first drive of overtime.
Both Bradford and Matthews have struggled at times throughout 2015, but they were both on point throughout the night, and not just in overtime. Bradford finished 25 of 36 for 295 yards passing, one touchdown and no interceptions. Matthews finished with 133 yards receiving and a touchdown on nine receptions.