Darius Slay 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps

November 30, 2022

Athlete Studio

Welcome to Darius Slay's post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the cornerback's production throughout the season. Check back every week for updates on Darius Slay Jr.'s post game statistics!

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Week 12:

Statline:  4 TKLS, 1 PASS DEF

The Philadelphia Eagles had the task of facing off against quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football in week 12. The game turned out to be a shootout early, but Eagles’ defensive leader Darius Slay was able to assist in holding Rodgers under 150 passing yards. Slay totaled four tackles and a pass deflection in the game, and the Eagles were able to intercept Rodgers twice. The Eagles improved to a league-leading 10-1 with the win over the Packers 40-33. 

Week 11:

Statline: 4 TKLS

Darius Slay has had a major impact on the Philadelphia Eagles defense this year, a defense that is one of the best in the league. Slay was able to come away from the game against the Indianapolis Colts in week 11 with four tackles, as they allowed their offense to score only 16 points. The Eagles defense is currently second in the league in opponents yards allowed per game with only 300.6 yards per game. Jalen Hurts, the quarterback for the Eagles, was able to run in for a touchdown in the final minutes of the game to put them on top, 17-16. 

Week 10:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 1 PASS DEF

Cornerback Darius Slay and the Philadelphia Eagles’ defense leads the league in forced turnovers with 20. In their Monday Night Football matchup against the Washington Commanders they were able to force three turnovers, one interception and two fumbles. Slay was also able to add four tackles and a pass deflection to the team’s defensive stats. The Eagles were not able to stay undefeated as they lost to the Commanders 21-32. 

Week 9:

Statline: 4 TKLS

The Philadelphia Eagles and Darius Slay went down to Houston to play the Texans this week on Thursday Night Football. The Eagles' defense, led by Slay, were able to keep Texans’ quarterback Davis Mills to only 154 passing yards. Slay finished the game with four tackles, and the defense forced two turnovers, holding the Texans to under 20 points. The Eagles were able to win the game 29-17. 

Week 8:

Statline: 2 TKLS, 1 PASS DEF

Darius Slay and the Philadelphia Eagles were able to remain undefeated as the defense shined and held the Pittsburgh Steelers to only one touchdown. Darius Slay was able to get two tackles and his eighth pass deflection of the year on Sunday against rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett and the Steelers. The Eagles were able to move to 7-0 on the season as they beat the Steelers 35-13.

Week 7:

Statline: BYE WEEK

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay is leading one of the best defenses in the NFL this year. During week 7 Slay was able to enjoy taking the week off with a much-needed bye. He mentioned in an interview that he is excited to get home to be with his family and watch his sons play in their own football games. Slay and the Eagles will look to get right back to where they left off, facing the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday, October 30th. 

Week 6:

Statline: 2 TKLS, 2 PASS DEF, 1 INT

Darius Slay once again leads the Philadelphia Eagles' defense to a win, this time against the Dallas Cowboys. Slay was able to pick off Cowboys quarterback Cooper Rush for his third interception of the year which puts him tied for the second most in the NFL through six weeks. The interception came about halfway through the second quarter on a third-down play that the Cowboys were looking to convert. The Eagles held off the Cowboys' second-half comeback and won the game 26-17. 

Week 5:

Statline: 9 TKLS

Defensive back Darius Slay and the Philadelphia Eagles defense were able to hold the Arizona Cardinals to only 17 points on Sunday. Slay recorded his season high in tackles with nine of them, only a week after having to leave a game early in the first half due to a forearm injury. The Eagles were able to beat the Cardinals 20-17. 

Week 4:

Statline: 0 TKLS

On Sunday, cornerback Darius Slay and the Philadelphia Eagles took on the Jacksonville Jaguars. Early in the game, Slay went to the locker room with what has now been confirmed as a forearm injury. Slay did not go back on the field for the rest of the game, but was with his team on the sideline. According to Ian Rappaport, the injury is not major, and Slay has a chance to play in his next game. The Eagles remain undefeated, beating the Jaguars 29-21.

Week 3: 

Statline: 1 TKL

The Philadelphia Eagles and cornerback Darius Slay took on the Washington Commanders on Sunday at FedEx field. Slay and the rest of the Eagles' defense only allowed for 6 offensive points to be scored, and they came at the very end of the game. Slay was able to record one solo tackle in the game as the Eagles beat the Commanders 24-8. 

Week 2: 

Statline: 1 TKL, 5 DEF, 2 INT

Darius Slay led the Philadelphia Eagles defense against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night with five pass deflections and two interceptions. His second pick of the night came late in the fourth quarter as he was guarding Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson. The Eagles went on to win the game 24-7.

Week 1:

Statline: 6 COMB, 4 SOLO, 2 AST

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay was targeted a game-high nine times on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, while only giving up a total of three catches. After the game on Sunday, Slay is on track to lead the Eagles’ secondary in coverage grade. Slay also finished the game with six solo tackles, as the Eagles went on to beat the Lions 38-35.