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Our favorite former second-round pick appeared to on the field early and often, but Curry only managed to see 30 snaps, or 36% of the defensive snaps.
Curry, who plays with a high motor, was all over the field, routinely chasing Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III and forcing him into rushed throws. The Marshall product also continues to improve against the run.
Although Curry did not have a big day on the stat sheet (recording only one tackle), he continues to make a difference on the field. TheEagles coaches continue to put the defensive end in a position to make plays and cause havoc.
For the season, the New Jersey native still leads the team with four sacks and now has 13 on the season.
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The purpose behind Quick Hits is to catch you up on the most important news, notes, and links that you may have missed from the day prior. Without further ado, here are Tuesday’s quick hits:
1. After an impressive outing from Trent Cole on Sunday, has he finally adjusted to the 3-4 defensive scheme?
2. Chip Kelly says he is excited to see Nick Foles grow as a quarterback.