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    October 11, 2018 1:37 AM PDT

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Latest on the Atlanta Falcons playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the opening game of the NFL season (all times local):

    12:30 a.m.

    Jay Ajayi scored on two runs and the Philadelphia defense made Matt Ryan look awful much of Thursday night as the Eagles opened the defense of their first NFL title since 1960 with a sloppy Youth Jason McCourty Jersey , penalty-filled 18-12 victory over Atlanta.

    Ajayi scored on runs of 1 and 11 yards and the Eagles even came up with a version of the Philly Special. They needed a last stand by their defense, just as they got in last year’s divisional playoff victory over the Falcons. In an eerily familiar scenario, Julio Jones couldn’t come down with Matt Ryan’s high pass on the final play from the 5.

    It was a game marred by penalties, dropped passes, missed assignments and weak quarterbacking — yes, the defenses played a role, but it still had the feel of a preseason contest. At least it had the Philly Special nod to somewhat spice the Eagles’ first appearance as a league champion since earning the 1960 title.

    Tevin Coleman scored on a 9-yard run after an Eagles player touched the ball with his foot during an Atlanta punt to push the Falcons ahead 12-10. Even then, usually sturdy veteran Matt Bryant banged the extra point kick off the right upright.

    The Eagles unveiled their championship banner above Lincoln Financial Field following a rain and lightning delay. Not a lot else went right but enough did.

    Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles caught a pass for a key first down on Philadelphia’s drive to Jay Ajayi’s 1-yard TD run for a 10-6 lead on a throw from receiver Nelson Agholor.

    Jones finished with 10 catches for 169 yards after not playing in the preseason.

    One thing that Peyton Manning, Brock Osweiler, Trevor Siemian, Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch all quickly learned in Denver was that nothing comes easy against the Broncos‘ ”No Fly Zone” secondary at practice.

    It’s something opposing quarterbacks discover on game day.

    Aqib Talib and T.J. Ward are no longer here, but Chris Harris Jr., Darian Stewart, Justin Simmons and Bradley Roby remain.

    On Tuesday, Case Keenum got his first taste of that stellar defensive backfield that still uses the moniker following Ward’s dismissal last year and Talib’s trade to the Rams this offseason.

    When asked what it was like facing the merry band of pass snatchers in his first 11-on-11 drills since signing with Denver two months ago, Keenum feigned ignorance of the stellar secondary’s sobriquet.

    ”Is that their nickname? Is that what they’re called?” Keenum asked. ”Is it? OK. Well, it’s good to know. Yeah, they’re talented. They’re a talented squad. And I think … going against good Johnny Gaudreau Jersey Kids , it makes you better.”

    When the full pads come out and summer comes around, Keenum will get a pass from the Broncos’ bevy of pass rushers, donning a different color jersey to signal he’s off-limits to the likes of Von Miller, Shane Ray, Bradley Chubb and Shaq Barrett.

    He won’t get any favors, though, from the No Fly Zone, which has both perturbed and polished Broncos QBs and offensive coordinators since the group formed during Manning’s tenure and helped them win a Super Bowl.

    Facing these defensive backs will surely chagrin and sharpen Keenum, too.

    ”I think competition not only within positions and yourself, but against the defense, coming out here and competing here every day against the No … Fly … Zone … it’s going to be really good,” Keenum said, slowing down to pronounce the nickname right.

    ”I’m excited. It’s fun competition. Those guys are really good.”

    Keenum signed a two-year, $36 million free agent deal in Denver after leading the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC championship game.

    The Broncos, who held QB competitions each of the first two seasons following Manning’s retirement, quickly declared Keenum their starter and said Lynch and Chad Kelly would vie for the backup job. This week they added former Colorado State QB Nick Stevens to the mix.

    This marks the first time Keenum has entered an offseason program as the established starter since joining the league as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Houston in 2012.

    ”It’s been fun to watch,” coach Vance Joseph said. ”It’s good for our football team. It’s good for our coaches.”

    ”Yeah, it feels different Leonard F