The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Minnesota Vikings 34-28 but the victory was not without its share of controversy.

The Eagles' fans were booing their team early in the game, after the Eagles made a number of mistakes,

Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni defended his team saying that the fans are entitled to boo, but the team will continue to work hard and improve.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts had a strong game, throwing for 301 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for 57 yards.

Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown had a big game, catching six passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns.

The Eagles defense held the Vikings to just 20 points, and they forced two turnovers.

Despite the boos early in the game, Eagles fans were cheering at the end of the game as the team celebrated their victory.

After the game, Eagles players and coaches shook hands with Vikings players and coaches.

The Eagles will look to improve on their performance next week when they travel to face the Washington Commanders.