Philadelphia Eagles heroes and zeros following their Week 11 loss

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Here are a few Philadelphia Eagles that shined during another loss.

Hero: Dallas Goedert, Tight End.

Philly’s tight end, Dallas Goedert, had a decent bounceback game with a solid performance versus the Browns defense with five receptions for 77 yards and one touchdown on the day. Goedert has continued to show (when the Eagles decide to get him involved) that he can be a number one tight end and make the necessary plays to keep his team in the fight.

Hero: Alex Singleton, Linebacker.

Once a star in the Canadian Football League, Alex Singleton, had himself a career day against the Browns, posting 12 total tackles, a sack, one tackle for a loss, and a fumble recovery. He was all over the field (in a good way) and was a huge reason for the Browns’ running game stalling in the first half of the game. Singleton still leaves a lot to be desired, but Singleton has shown that he needs to remain a starter for the Eagles for the rest of the season.

Hero: Richard Rodgers, Tight End. 

Tight end Richard Rodgers had a rough start to this Week 11 matchup, missing a few key blocks, but for a second-consecutive week, Rodgers has been in the right place at the right time, hauling in two receptions for 48 yards and a touchdown.