The Philadelphia Eagles came away with a 34-24 victory over the Washington Redskins on Monday night, but both teams were hit hard by injuries, especially to their offensive lines. Philadelphia saw All-Pro veteran left tackle Jason Peters get carted off of the field, while the Redskins suffered injuries to three starters, Trent Williams, Brandon Scherff and Morgan Moses.

Jason Peters and Jordan Hicks

Early in the third quarter of the game, Jason Peters went down with a scary looking right leg injury, as he stayed on the ground in pain, grabbing his knee.

Medical staff had to immobilize his lower right leg in an air cast, and he was carted off of the field. As he was placed into the cart, seemingly all of his teammates went up to him to show support, while Redskins players clapped and fans chanted his name in a show of support.

Unfortunately for the Eagles, they got bad news, as 35-year-old Jason Peters has torn both the ACL and MCL in his left knee. Peters, who entered the league as a undrafted tight end out of Arkansas, has been a stalwart in Buffalo and with the Eagles. In 14 seasons, he is a nine-time Pro Bowler, two-time First-Team All-Pro, and four-time Second-Team All-Pro.

However, Peters was not the only key Eagles player to go down, as the team also lost starting middle linebacker, Jordan Hicks.

Hicks was injured on the second play of the game and had to be helped off of the field with a right leg injury. It was announced today that the 25-year-old has ruptured his Achilles, and his season is also over.

Trent Williams, Brandon Scherff and Morgan Moses

Trent Williams went into the game injured, as he told D.C.

sports talk radio show 106.7 The Fan earlier last week that he was playing with a torn medial patella-femoral ligament (MPFL) in his right knee that will require surgery at some point. He tweaked the injury during the game, leading to him leaving the contest briefly.

Williams said after the game of his injury that, “As of now I'm just trying to push through.” The former first-round pick has been a key cog on the offensive line since 2010, having played in 103 out of a 118 possible games.

He is a five-time Pro Bowler and one-time Second-Team All-Pro.

Brandon Scherff went down with a knee injury in the fourth quarter, which head coach Jay Gruden said was a sprained MCL. Scherff was walking on it last night and is going to have an MRI today to see what the damage is. Since entering the league in 2015, Scherff, also a former first-round pick, has never missed a game and is coming off of his first Pro Bowl season.

Right tackle Morgan Moses had to leave the game after injuring both of his ankles in the second quarter. He was able to come back and play the rest of the game. The former third-round pick will be dealing with some soreness this week, although it seems like he will play next Sunday.