Grades for every Philadelphia Eagles game played during the NFL season

Jalen Hurts #1, Nick Sirianni (R), Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Jalen Hurts #1, Nick Sirianni (R), Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /
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Alex Singleton, Philadelphia Eagles
Alex Singleton, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports) /

54. Final. 10. 31. 34

What? A four-game winning streak by the Philadelphia Eagles?

After their embarrassing loss to the Giants just three weeks before this one, the Eagles responded in this one with another slow start. By halftime, the score was tied 3-3, and Philadelphia seemed lifeless.

Who knows what happened in the second half, perhaps the Eagles were given a stirring halftime speech, but they scored 31 second-half points en route to a 34-10 win. Grade: A

. 17. 58. . . 27. 54.

This was a Washington team that was much different than the one the Philadelphia Eagles faced two weeks prior. Antonio Gibson was absent, but as they had done in Week 15, Philly’s arch-rivals from our nation’s capital got out to a 10-0 lead that morphed into a 16-7 halftime margin.

Luckily for the Eagles, their defense pitched a second-half shutout, and the Eagles came out victorious. It felt good to sweep Washington, but the slow starts the Eagles were experiencing against subpar teams had long been cause for concern. Grade: B+

51. 123. 26. 54. Final

There’s not much to say about this game as the Eagles rested their starters to get healthy and ready for the postseason. Dallas used this game as a tune-up. All things considered, the score was 23-17 before the Cowboys punched another touchdown in before halftime.

The backups got an extended look in this one, and every loss to Dallas hurts, but at least we’re armed with the knowledge that the Eagles had no intention of doing all that they could do to win this one. Grade: C