QB Josh McCown - Philadelphia Eagles
|6-4, 220||Born: 7-4-1979||College: Sam Houston State||Drafted: Round 3, pick 2002|
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Recent Stats and Projections
Weekly Performance vs QB 1, QB 12, QB 24
Josh McCown's percentile rank in each category, among QB with more than 50 fantasy points.
Recent Game Summaries
2019 Week 18 vs SEA (18 / 24 / 174 / 0 / 0 pass, 5 / 23 / 0 rush)
McCown relieved an injured Carson Wentz late in the first quarter and guided the Eagles offense the rest of the way against Seattle. The veteran journeyman was accurate throughout on short-range throws and added some surprising mobility on occasion. McCown at his best extended a play against pressure and threw a strike to Greg Ward on an intermediate route, found Dallas Goedert on a deep out late in the game, and drew a long defensive pass interference penalty to Shelton Gibson. The mistakes and failing to convert in scoring range were the downfalls for the Eagles offense and McCown, however, with a bobbled snap then a third-down sack on a red zone chance, McCown missing Miles Sanders on a fourth-down pass, and quizzically taking a fourth-down sack in the red zone with two minutes left.
Latest NewsEagles | Josh McCown played with torn hammy (Fri Jan 10, 12:28 PM) - Philadelphia Eagles QB Josh McCown (hamstring) played the second half of the NFC wild-card game Sunday, Jan. 5, with a torn hamstring and is scheduled to undergo surgery Tuesday, Jan. 14. Our View: McCown's hamstring was torn from the bone but he was still out there fighting. The veteran quarterback is set to be a free agent in 2020 but he will be 41-years old in the summer and likely headed for retirement.
link to story Eagles | Philly ousted in Wild Card round (Sun Jan 5, 07:49 PM) - Philadelphia Eagles QB Josh McCown completed 18-of-24 passes for 174 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in place of the injured QB Carson Wentz (head) in the NFC Wild Card Game against the Seattle Seahawks Monday, Jan. 5. RB Miles Sanders (ankle) shook off an ankle injury to rack up a game-best 69 rushing yards on 14 attempts while adding three grabs for eight yards. RB Boston Scott ran for 25 yards on six attempts with 23 yards on three catches. TE Dallas Goedert had seven catches for 73 yards, while TE Zach Ertz had two catches for 44 yards on four targets. WR Greg Ward Jr. was the top receiver with three receptions for 24 yards. Our View: Once Carson Wentz was bounced from the game with a concussion, the Eagles chances of winning dropped...although they were in it until the end. Wentz had made it through the regular season for a full 16 games for the first time in his career but was knocked from this game after about nine minutes. It's an unfortunate end for an Eagles team that had to fight through a ton of injuries on both sides of the ball just to make it to the postseason.
link to story Eagles | Carson Wentz done for playoff game (Sun Jan 5, 06:16 PM) - Updating a previous report, Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz (head) will not return to the NFC Wild Card Game against the Seattle Seahawks after leaving due to a head injury in the first half, head coach Doug Pederson confirmed at halftime. QB Josh McCown will take the reins the rest of the way. link to story
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