5 Philadelphia Eagles whose stock has fallen through 3 weeks

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Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles
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Which Philadelphia Eagles have underperformed in 2020 thus far?

These first three weeks have been miserable for Philadelphia Eagles‘ fans. It’s safe to say no one expected this team to start 0-2-1 early on with a favorable schedule. What’s even worse is that it won’t get any easier from here on out. ‘The Birds’ have been one of the most resilient squads in the league and anything can happen on any given Sunday. This season is not over though. Philly won’t tank, but they have a ton of ground to make up, to say the very least.

Hopefully, these first three or four games are the Eagles’ unofficial preseason. Your guess is as good as anyone else’s. There’s no excuse for what we’ve all seen on the field regardless of the circumstances. There have plenty of missed opportunities and missed assignments that have repeatedly come back to haunt the Eagles in each game. First, it was the missed throws and sacks that were given up in Week 1. Then, it was a combination of the bad throws and the lackluster defense in Week 2. Lastly, in Week 3, there were a few Eagles who negatively affected the team’s overall performance, and it helped this team battle their way to a tie.

So here we are, and after those two losses and that one tie, there have been plenty of disappointing individual performances. Yes, there have been a few bright spots as well, but it’s been ugly as a whole. With all of that being said, let’s take a look at five Eagles whose stock has fallen over the course of these past three weeks.