Philadelphia Eagles: 2020’s Five best and worst moments so far

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Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles

Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles: Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Yes, it was easy to find a few bright spots in this Philadelphia Eagles season.

Whether you’re a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, or a member of the media, or both, you, friend, are not alone! Everyone feels the same way right now. No one thought that this would be a 16-0 campaign, but no one thought that this season would be this frustrating either.

The ‘Birds’ have had to fight and claw for just about everything, and even during their best performances of the season, there have been long stretches during games where the viewing material that they’ve provided has been almost physically painful to watch.

In the end, there is no reset button like we all used to have on Nintendo, so everyone who loves that team from the ‘City of Brotherly Love’ has to just struggle through this together. Thank goodness for three rivals in what might wind up being the worst division in the 101-year history of the NFL.

Washington is struggling. So are the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, and after a Cowboys loss to Washington in Week 7, Philadelphia sits atop the NFC East despite a 2-4-1 record. Let’s take a look back as Philly enters ‘Cowboys Week’. Here’s the best and worst of this season so far. We begin with five moments we’d like to forget but can’t.

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