Stud 3: A.J. Brown
Goedert wasn't the only pass-catcher to show out on Sunday, as wide receiver A.J. Brown went off right alongside him.
Brown torched the Rams' secondary for a staggering 127 yards on just six receptions, showing off his abilities as one of the NFL's premier deep threats. With an average of 21.2 yards per catch, the Ole Miss product helped Philadelphia move the chains in a hurry whenever he did get the ball.
Brown's most important reception of the day came at a pivotal time. Los Angeles took a surprising 14-10 lead with just over 30 seconds left in the first half, giving the Eagles little time to work with at the end of the second quarter.
However, the Pro Bowl wideout stepped up to make something happen, using just one hand to haul in pass from Hurts and getting into Rams territory. Even better, he drew a horse collar penalty on Los Angeles as well, so Philly ended up going from its own 34 to LA's 14.
On the very next play, Brown got a Rams defender called for pass interference, putting the Eagles on the 1-yard line with two seconds left. Hurts punched it in from there, but that score to go up 17-14 wouldn't have been possible without Brown's incredible efforts.