Eagles' Five Key Mistakes That Cost The Game

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Jan 4, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram (22) carries the ball as Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams (26) and Eagles nose tackle Bennie Logan (96) chase in the second quarter during the 2013 NFC wild card playoff football game at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Number 4. The Rushing Roles Were Reversed On The Eagles

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram had his way with the Eagles defense. He had 18 carries for 97 yards and touchdown. He had one carry for 18 yards. Their rushing attack racked up a total of 185 yards. It’s usually Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy that puts up those numbers alone but he was stifled to a mere 77 yards and one touchdown. Eagles running back Bryce Brown had no carries either which is perplexing. If McCoy was struggling why not give it to another running back?

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