November 26, 2023   2 MIN READ


ITB Postgame Live: 10-1 Eagles Keep Finding a Way to Win


It was another week and another wild, double digit, come-from-behind victory for the now 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles.

On the Week 12 edition of “Inside The Birds Postgame Live,” former Eagles tight end Clay Harbor joined Adam Caplan and Geoff Mosher to react to the 37-34 overtime victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliot and wide receiver Olamide Zaccheaus stepped up with huge plays in the comeback win over the Buffalo Bills


Geoff Mosher: “We are using terms like resilience, mental toughness, demoralizing. The Eagles can’t lose unless they turn the ball over four times. That has only happened once this year and I am not sure if that is going to happen it again. It just feels like they are unbreakable.”

Jalen Hurts

Clay Harbor: “This guy is just incredible. You come in the first half and he looks shaky and running out of pocket too soon, comes back in the second half a completely different player. That is just resilience and grit.”

Jake Elliot

Mosher: “He is fast becoming Justin Tucker 2.0. That was an unbelievable kick that he made in bad rain in those elements in a time that they needed him to bail them out the most.”

Adam Caplan: “Really incredible, he hit it low but he hit it hard. It is pretty incredible what he has done since 2017. He is incredibly clutch.”

James Bradberry

Mosher: “Bradberry has had a struggling year, but that was a really big interception.”

Harbor: “It was a Cover 2, so that gives Bradberry some freedom there to reroute and then look inside. (Josh) Allen telegraphed it. Bradberry does have the flat but he moved inside with his eyes.”

Olamide Zaccheaus

Harbor: “You have to count your blessings. They showed a slow motion of that catch, this ball comes in, hits off his chest and then he traps it, goes down to the ground, and cradles it right before he goes out of bounds. I’m not going to say it’s luck on his part, but that wasn’t a clean catch and he was able to get it in there.”

D’Andre Swift

Caplan: “He had an awesome cross country run…Swift was really good, he has been a nice story.”

– Benjamin Paul is a staff writer for

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