Philadelphia Eagles top 5 storylines after six weeks of the regular season

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Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
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The 2-4 Philadelphia Eagles approach an important game in Las Vegas.

It was a tough loss for the Philadelphia Eagles and fans alike in Week 6. The Birds are 2-4 after losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by a 28-22 margin. It was a frustrating game to watch, and from what we all saw, the Eagles’ players seem to be frustrated as well.

To be blunt, we all had this game circled as a loss, so maybe we should be happy that this team lost by less than a touchdown. The Eagles had a shot to win this game. They exchanged first-quarter touchdowns with the champs, but the offense went off the rails heavily.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts and company were unable to get anything going for a majority of the game. Bad play after lousy play made this game tough to watch, but the Eagles’ defense found some life and held the Bucs offense to just one touchdown. That gave the Birds’ offense a chance at a comeback.

After a few lucky breaks and some ground and pound from Miles Sanders and Hurts, Philly cut the margin to six points. Unfortunately, it was all for not as the Buccaneers salted this one away to seal the game. This season, after six weeks, has had a ton of ups and downs. Here’s a quick look at what we’ve learned.