Carson Wentz was replaced by Jalen Hurts.
And then, the play after Hurts' third completion of the season, Wentz immediately replaced Hurts and was sacked on third down.
Later in the second quarter, Hurts took a third-down snap - with Wentz flexed out at wide receiver - and handed the ball off to Miles Sanders, who was unable to convert.
Though there was speculation that Hurts may get an extended chance to run the offense if Wentz had a slow start against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football, it's been more of the same in the first half of a deflating performance for the Eagles. Wentz is 7/17, and Hurts hasn't really been given an opportunity to build any sort of momentum, leaving you to wonder what the purpose of him coming into the game at all was.
Even after Wentz led the Eagles on a 15-play, 75-yard touchdown drive in the waning minutes of the first half, the Eagles' momentum was quickly halted by Jake Elliott missing the extra point. The Eagles went into the locker room down 14-6, despite a strong first half from their defense.
With such an underwhelming first half - and questionable personnel use - head coach Doug Pederson has firmly come into question on the national stage. Social media was so flabbergasted with Pederson's management of the first half, that it led many to wonder if the former Super Bowl winning head coach wants to lose his job: