Philadelphia Eagles heroes and zeros following their Week 11 loss

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The Philadelphia Eagles take another loss in Week 11.

Alrighty, Philly fans, it is official. The Philadelphia Eagles aren’t a good football team. Many of their fans (and just about every member of the ITI staff) have been holding their breath, hoping for the Birds to turn the season around, but it just seems as though that it isn’t in the cards for the Eagles this year.

Here’s a recap of this game for the fans who didn’t watch (no one would blame you if you didn’t). The Eagles won the coin toss, and that was probably their biggest win in this one. Philly’s defense started strong and held the Browns in check for most of the game before things got away from Philly in the fourth quarter.

The Eagles offense began this one with a nice drive, but as it always does, disaster struck. Miles Sanders fumbled in the red zone, giving the ball back to the Browns, and Philly didn’t do much to create some momentum after that. See Carson Wentz’s pick-six if you need an example.

It was raining. It was cold, but this was a game that the Eagles still should have won. This team just can’t seem to put four good quarters of football together. When one phase of the game clicks, the other falls apart. There are just no words to describe how bad this football team has become this season, and it may be even more bothersome that they don’t know how to fix things. Still, even with the Eagles losing to the Browns 22-17, this game produced some studs. Here are a few heroes and zeros of Week 11’s game.