GAME RECAP (ASSOCIATED PRESS)
(GREEN BAY) - Injuries are piling up in the preseason for the Green Bay Packers. Receiver Randall Cobb was the latest star to get hurt. The Philadelphia Eagles keep piling on the points. Shaking off rust, quarterback Sam Bradford was 10 of 10 for 121 yards and three touchdowns in his most extensive action in exhibition play, and the Eagles (3-0) stayed perfect in the preseason with a 39-26 win on Saturday night over the Packers. Acquired in the offseason from St. Louis, Bradford is coming back from tearing his ACL twice in a 10-month span while with the Rams. He kept coach Chip Kelly's offense humming against the Packers' first-team defense. Any doubts about Bradford's health appeared to be answered to Kelly. ''I didn't have any doubts on Sam, so I'm not concerned what people outside think,'' he said. Cobb didn't make it nearly that long. He left with a shoulder injury after landing hard on his right side while trying to catch a pass near the sideline on the first series for the Packers (1-2). Cobb said a defender landed on top of him. He is the second starting wideout to get hurt for the Packers in preseason action. Jordy Nelson was lost for the season with a right knee injury last Sunday against Pittsburgh. But it doesn't appear that Packers coach Mike McCarthy is nearly as worried about Cobb as he was when Nelson tore his ACL. ''We thought it could've been collarbone or something; it's not. So, fortunately enough, there's a silver lining in it,'' Cobb said. More tests are planned during the team's day off on Sunday, but Cobb said he didn't think this was a serious injury. The Packers would be in deep trouble if they lost Cobb for any length of time. ''It felt like a bad dream in that situation, having Jordy go down last week and then three plays in this series,'' Cobb said.
BACKUP PLAN - Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the NFL MVP, didn't play. He watched the game in sweats from the sideline with three starting offensive linemen already held out because of injuries. Backup quarterback Scott Tolzien missed practice this week after being watched for a possible concussion, so rookie Brett Hundley got the start. The fifth-round draft pick was 22 of 31 for 315 yards and two touchdowns, improving as the game went on and more backups took the field. For the Eagles, Sanchez was pretty good, too, going 13 of 19 for 150 yards and two scores. The Eagles led 25-0 after the first quarter and 39-14 at the half.
INJURIES - It doesn't appear the Packers' other injuries were that serious either. Starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga left late in the first quarter with a left ankle injury. Safety Micah Hyde climbed on to a cart on the sideline late in the second quarter to be treated in the locker room for a neck spasm. For the Eagles, Kelly said linebacker Kiko Alonso was held out because his leg was ''bothering him and kicker Cody Parkey was held out as a precaution for a ''tweaked leg.'' ''If it was a regular-season game, he would have played,'' Kelly said. Backup punter Kip Smith kicked extra points. Starting right tackle Lane Johnson limped off with a left knee injury following a failed 2-point conversion attempt in the first quarter. The team kept Johnson out the rest of the game as a precaution.
INSTANT OFFENSE - The Eagles outscored their opponents 76-27 in the first two preseason games, and that was with Bradford playing just one drive. Kelly thinks his new starting quarterback is already pretty comfortable with the quick tempo he wants to keep. ''We just found a rhythm early, and it was nice to come off the field, go back on, keep that rhythm, just keep firing,'' Bradford said.
DEFENSIVE PLAY - The Packers' defense looked lost early despite playing its projected starting lineup together for the first time in a preseason game. Linebacker Clay Matthews and defensive lineman Mike Daniels had been sidelined by injuries. McCarthy said Green Bay opened up flat in the run defense and had some miscommunication in pass coverage. For Philadelphia, DeMeco Ryans and Mychal Kendricks made their preseason debuts at inside linebacker. ''Yeah, I think they were OK,'' Kelly said. ''Unless they made a splash play like a sack or interception, you've really got to look at the tape.''
PHILADELPHIA GREEN BAY
First downs 25 27
Rushes-yards 26-87 22-66
Net Passing yards 314 399
Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 40-30-0 42-30-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-0 1-3
Punts-Average 5-49.6 4-36.8
Fumbles 0 0
Penalties-Yards 11-89 15-128
Time of Possession 26:37 33:23
PHILADELPHIA - 25 14 0 0 - 39
GREEN BAY - 0 14 6 6 - 26
1st - PHIL - Darren Sproles, 8-yard pass from Sam Bradford (Run failed) PHILADELPHIA 6-0
1st - PHIL - Trey Burton, 3-yard pass from Bradford (Pass failed) PHILADELPHIA 12-0
1st - PHIL - Walter Thurmond, 28-yard interception return (Kick failed) PHILADELPHIA 18-0
1st - PHIL - Brent Celek, 7-yard pass from Bradford (Kip Smith kick) PHILADELPHIA 25-0
2nd - GB - James Starks, 1-yard run (Mason Crosby kick) PHILADELPHIA 25-7
2nd - PHIL - Jeff Maehl, 9-yard pass from Mark Sanchez (Smith kick) PHILADELPHIA 32-7
2nd - GB - Raijon Neal, 36-yard pass from Brett Hundley (Crosby kick) PHILADELPHIA 32-14
2nd - PHIL - Burton, 7-yard pass from Sanchez (Smith kick) PHILADELPHIA 39-14
3rd - GB - Kennard Backman, 4-yard pass from Hundley (Pass failed) PHILADELPHIA 39-20
4th - GB - Jeff Janis, 27-yard pass from Matt Blanchard (Pass failed) PHILADELPHIA 39-26
GREEN BAY - Raijon Neal 4-23, John Crockett 6-23, Brett Hundley 3-15, James Starks 5-3, Eddie Lacy 4-2
PHILADELPHIA - DeMarco Murray 6-28, Kevin Monangai 5-28, Ryan Matthews 7-22, Tim Tebow 3-4, Kenjon Barner 2-4, Raheem Mostert 3-1
GREEN BAY - Brett Hundley 31-22-315 2 TD 1 INT, Matt Blanchard 11-8-87 1 TD 1 INT
PHILADELPHIA - Sam Bradford 10-10-121 3 TD, Mark Sanchrz 19-13-150 2 TD, Matt Barkley 9-5-28, Tim Tebow 2-2-15
GREEN BAY - Myles White 9-89, Raijon Neal 5-61 1 TD, Jeff Janis 3-72 1 TD, Ed Williams 3-23, Ty Montgomery 2-71, Larry Pinkard 2-20, Kennard Backman 2-19 1 TD, James Starks 1-25, Richard Rodgers 1-10, Andrew Quarless 1-6, Harold Spears 1-6
PHILADELPHIA - Trey Burton 4-21 2 TD, Jordan Matthews 3-51, Jeff Maehl 3-43 1 TD, Kenjon Barner 2-59, Darren Sproles 2-41 1 TD, Raheem Mostert 2-17, Miles Austin 2-14, Ryan Matthews 2-12, DeMarco Murray