Latest Loss Perfectly Encapsulates All That Troubles Philadelphia Eagles

December 27, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles had a chance to take control of the NFC East on Saturday night. Instead, they came through with yet another dud, showcasing many of the same problems that have plagued them all year long.
With the 38-24 loss to the Washington Redskins, the Eagles fell to 6-9 on the season while being officially eliminated from playoff contention. The defeat highlighted some major issues on both sides of the ball as well as some little mistakes that add up to a big loss. What is left is a lost year and many question marks throughout the organization.
ESPN's Kevin Negandhi summed up most of the problems during the game:
This is how a team turns 398 yards from scrimmage into a disappointing offensive effort. While quarterback Sam Bradford threw for 380 passing yards on his own, imagine how successful this team could have been without a few overthrown passes and numerous drops from seemingly everyone on the roster. The throws weren't often down the field—on...

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