By Michael Bennett
Thirty-first in QBR entering Sunday night, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz threw his NFL-worst seventh interception of the season.
But he managed to account for 230 yards despite the following:
1. Zach Ertz caught four passes for nine yards;
2. The Eagles are missing all three starting wideouts and potential breakout tight end Dallas Goedert;
3. Three starting offensive linemen (two Pro Bowlers) are out, and a fourth (Pro Bowl right tackle Lane Johnson) left the game for a while.
Stealing a win in San Francisco under these conditions, to rise to an NFC East-leading 1-2-1, is borderline miraculous for the fifth-year passer.