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.

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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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