Here are the biggest moments from the Washington Redskins’ 37-27 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field. Scroll down to see a full recap of the game.

Eagles score the go-ahead touchdown (0:26 fourth quarter): Trailing 27-24, Philadelphia used its second timeout with 32 seconds remaining after Greg Ward Jr.’s 10-yard catch gave the Eagles a first and goal at the 4-yard line. Quarterback Carson Wentz looked Ward’s way again on the next play, and the wide receiver got just enough separation from Josh Norman on a crossing route to come down with his first career touchdown. Wentz’s third touchdown pass of the game gave him his seventh career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime and his second in the past two weeks.

Ryan Anderson’s sack-fumble puts Washington in business (6:28 fourth quarter): The Eagles had converted on 10 of their 14 third-down opportunities when they faced a third and two on their own 33 with the game tied. With Philadelphia’s receivers well covered, Redskins linebacker Ryan Anderson hit Carson Wentz from behind, causing a fumble that Jonathan Allen recovered. Three plays later, Dustin Hopkins drilled a 43-yard field goal that gave the Redskins a 27-24 lead.

Dwayne Haskins connects with Terry McLaurin (1:11 first quarter): On Washington’s first play from scrimmage after the Eagles went ahead 3-0, Haskins found McLaurin over the middle on a short post route. There were three defenders in the vicinity when McLaurin made the catch, but after breaking a tackle by Eagles cornerback Avonte Maddox, he raced 75 yards to the end zone for his seventh touchdown of the season.

Ryan Anderson called for roughing the passer (13:16 second quarter): On a second-and-22 play for the Eagles from the Washington 36, pressure by Redskins linebacker Ryan Anderson forced a Carson Wentz incompletion that appeared to set up third and long. Despite making a seemingly clean hit, Anderson was flagged for roughing the passer on the play, leaving interim coach Bill Callahan livid. The Eagles capitalized on the call as running back Miles Sanders scored on a one-yard touchdown run six plays later.

Redskins answer with a touchdown (6:58 second quarter): Out of a timeout and fresh off his first incompletion of the game — a dangerous pass into traffic that was deflected into the air and nearly intercepted — Dwayne Haskins made one of his best throws of the day. Working out of the slot and with Avonte Maddox in coverage, rookie wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. made a nice play to catch the ball while also getting both feet down in the back of the end zone for his first career touchdown grab.

Miles Sanders makes a diving touchdown catch (5:53 third quarter): On second and nine from the Washington 15, Carson Wentz abandoned the collapsing pocket to avoid a sack and rolled to his right. Rather than scramble for a few yards, Wentz unleashed a pass toward the back corner of the end zone. The throw zipped past the outstretched arms of Washington defenders Fabian Moreau and Ryan Anderson and settled into the hands of Eagles running back Miles Sanders, who made the catch while falling backward to give Philadelphia its first lead of the second half.

Adrian Peterson ties Walter Payton (15:00 fourth quarter): Two plays after Dwayne Haskins rumbled 23 yards on a read-option keeper to pick up a first down on third and one, Peterson got a key block from Terry McLaurin and rushed for a 10-yard touchdown on the first snap of the fourth quarter. The rushing touchdown was the 110th of Peterson’s career, tying him with Walter Payton for fourth all-time. More importantly, it gave the Redskins a 21-17 lead.

Miles Sanders’s big gain leads to a touchdown (13:43 fourth quarter): Montez Sweat lost outside containment and Jon Bostic was a step too slow to make what would have been a tackle for a loss, leading to a 56-yard run by Miles Sanders on third and 10 from the Philadelphia 25 early in the fourth quarter. Sanders’s longest run of the game set up Carson Wentz’s touchdown pass to a wide open Zach Ertz, which gave the Eagles a 24-21 lead.