Philadelphia Eagles must examine issues heading into Week 12

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PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – NOVEMBER 17: Nelson Agholor #13 of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts during the first half against the New England Patriots at Lincoln Financial Field on November 17, 2019, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Usually, a bye week gives a team time to rest, plan, and recharge for their next game. It seems that the Philadelphia Eagles missed that message.

There’s a bit of a disconnect within the Philadelphia Eagles squad. The magic that was supposed to happen on Sunday against the New England Patriots didn’t happen.


Every Eagles fan was screaming at their television when quarterback Carson Wentz spiked the ball with 16 seconds left to give the Birds a fighting chance. More screaming followed when a Hail Mary on 2nd and 10 fell incomplete with two seconds left on the game clock.

The 17-10 loss to the Pats begs to question if the Eagles aren’t the promising, potentially NFC East-winning team that fans and analysts thought they were at the start of the campaign. Between injuries, missed catches, and generally poor play-calling, there’s a severe concern that the writing is on the wall.

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