The first quarter of the Eagles-Cardinals game did not go how folks in Arizona would have hoped. Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz set a career high in touchdown passes before the first 15 minutes elapsed.
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The second of Wentz's three first-quarter touchdown passes was set up by this 76-yard punt return by Kenjon Barner:
It was just the eighth punt return of Barner's career, and by far the longest. He slips the first tackler and gets a couple key blocks — the most important from safety Corey Graham, who takes several Cardinals out of the play.
The Eagles lost their usual punt returner Darren Sproles to a season-ending ACL tear and broken arm, suffered on the same play back in Week 4. Barner looks to be adapting well to his new role.