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Carson Wentz on fire as the Philadelphia Eagles beat Carolina Panthers

BBC News Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Carson Wentz on fire as the Philadelphia Eagles beat Carolina PanthersPhiladelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz continues his excellent second season in the NFL with three touchdown throws in his team's 28-23 win over the Carolina Panthers on Thursday.
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News video: Eagles Fans Sign Petition To Tackle 'Awful' Officiating

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According to the petition, once the signature goal is reached, it will be delivered to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

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