Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Reasons Jalen Reagor continues to fail

Jalen Reagor #18, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
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Isaac Seumalo, Jason Kelce, and Matt Pryor (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) /

More mistakes from the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line.

Yes, there’s more on the offensive line as well. In the fourth quarter, the Birds faced a third and 15 with 8:37 left on the clock. Reagor got to the sticks and ran a nice curl route. Unfortunately, Matt Pryor struggled to prevent his man from winning inside. Jason Kelce had to help and then there was a stunt from the other Browns defender on the interior who shoots the B-gap and forces Carson to get rid of the ball to Fulgham.

It’s also worth noting that Peters got beat for what felt like almost every offensive snap on Sunday. At times, he even looked lazy in the run game. The effort of Jason Peters is never something we thought we would question. Richard Rodgers has been a disaster when asked to block. It doesn’t help when he has his back turned to blitzers off the edge.

If Wentz is hesitating to pull the trigger and making poor decisions and the pass protection continues to be the same story every week, Reagor obviously won’t get any opportunities to shine.