agles vs. Packers score, takeaways: Jalen Hurts dominates as Philly earns 10th win; Aaron Rodgers injured

The Philadelphia Eagles are the first team in the NFL to reach 10 wins on the season and continue to have a grip on the No. 1 seed in the NFC thanks to the 40-33 win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night

It was simply a dominating day for the Eagles on the ground as they rushed for a total of 363 yards and three touchdowns. That's the second-most rushing yards in franchise history and the most by the club since 1948.

Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders were the key cogs to that rushing attack as the duo combined for 300 yards. They are the first tandem in Eagles history to each have at least 125 rushing yards in a game.

Philadelphia set that ground-and-pound tone early in this game as they jumped out to a 13-0 lead over Green Bay. In the first quarter alone, Hurts rushed for 103 yards and both Sanders and Kenneth Gainwell were able to find the end zone.

However, the Packers were able to absorb those hits on the ground and counter, scoring on back-to-back drives to take the lead by the end of the opening quarter.

The Eagles did gain the lead back just before the half and started to separate largely over the final two quarters.

After forcing a three-and-out on Green Bay's opening drive of the third quarter, the Eagles offense moved 86 yards down the field to add to its lead and continue its dominance out of the backfield.

One major development in the second half that impacted the Packers was a rib injury to Aaron Rodgers.

That forced Jordan Love to finish up the game, but the young quarterback was unable to fully bring his team back, despite throwing for a touchdown on his first drive of the night.