The Eagles made it a game in the second half <a title="Authentic Brett Jones Jersey" href="">Authentic Brett Jones Jersey</a> , but the Vikings held off Philadelphia’s charge.The Eagles’ 23-21 loss to the Vikings dropped the defending Super Bowl champions to 2-3. The Eagles lost only three games all of last season. Minnesota improved to 2-2-1.Adam Thielen recovered the onside kick with 1:07 remaining to preserve the Vikings’ win.The Eagles cut it to 20-14 with 12:05 remaining on Wendall Smallwood’s 12-yard touchdown catch from Carson Wentz and a run by Smallwood on the two-point conversion. But the Vikings answered with a 55-yard drive that resulted in a 52-yard Dan Bailey field goal.Bailey missed field goals of 28 and 45 yards and made a 37-yarder.The Eagles needed only 98 seconds to draw back within one score as Wentz found Zach Ertz for a 7-yard touchdown with 1:09 left. But Philadelphia, out of timeouts, needed the onside kick to have a chance for a miracle comeback.The Vikings benefited from a questionable roughing the passer call on Michael Bennett late in the second quarter. FOX rules analyst Mike Pereira disagreed with the call <a title="Womens Anthony Barr Jersey" href="">Womens Anthony Barr Jersey</a> , which negated Bennett鈥檚 8-yard sack.It appeared Bennett hit Cousins above the knee first and then slid down.Instead of third-and-14 at the Philadelphia 31, the Vikings got a first down at the 11. Two plays later, Cousins found Thielen for a 3-yard touchdown. Minnesota led 17-3 at halftime.Thielen set an NFL record with his fifth consecutive 100-yard game to start a season. He finished with 116 yards on seven catches.Cousins went 30-of-37 for 301 yards and the touchdown to Theilen.Wentz was 24-of-35 for 311 yards and two touchdowns. Ertz caught 10 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown. Seven other players caught passes. Eagles defensive lineman Michael Bennett was penalized for roughing Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins in the second quarter and the Vikings went on to score a touchdown a couple of plays later that extended their lead to 17-3 at halftime.Bennett was flagged because he hit Cousins low <a title="" href=""></a> , but it appeared that Bennett was blocked into Cousins by tight end Kyle Rudolph, but referee Walt Coleman said after the game that Rudolph did not change Bennett’s “direction” before the hit.“He went low into the quarterback’s knees with his shoulder, with force <a title="" href=""></a> ,” Coleman said to pool reporter Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia. “And the rule is that you cannot hit the quarterback low at the knee area or below with force. He got him there with his shoulder, so that’s what I had as far as roughing the passer.”Bennett did not speak to reporters after the 23-21 loss that dropped the Eagles’ record to 2-3.