Philadelphia Eagles: Studs and duds following a Week 10 loss

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The Philadelphia Eagles drop to 3-5-1 from a Week 10 loss to the Giants.

Alright, Philly fans, it is time to accept the fact that the Philadelphia Eagles aren’t a good team (if you haven’t already done so). It’s a bitter pill to swallow (even for this staff) because of all the talent that this team seems to possess.

The Eagles had everything laid out for them in Week 10’s matchup versus the New York Giants, but as you all know, they dropped the ball on this one as Big Blue improved to 3-7 with a 27-17 win. The Iggles still look like a team that has to figure their issues out on both sides of the ball. It just isn’t happening fast enough.

Here’s another issue. Week 10’s loss may have exposed more issues than many of us knew this team had. The ITI staff gave a prelude of what to expect before the game, and everyone knew that the Giants had a chance to walk away with the win, but had the Eagles come up with a solid game plan or demonstrated consistent and decent execution, they could have put some distance between themselves and the rest of the NFC East.

The Philadelphia Eagles came into their fourth divisional game just as unprepared as they have been all season long. They dropped passes. There were questionable play calls and costly penalties that kept the Iggles behind the chains and behind on the scoreboard for the duration of the game. Great plays were followed by bad plays but believe it or not, the season is a long way from being over. With all of that being said, let’s hand out some game balls. Here are a few studs and several other duds that need to be named after Philly’s Week 10 loss.