Against better judgment, we're going to talk about individual performances following the Eagles' Week 14 loss to the Cowboys.
For the second time in as many weeks, we left a Philadelphia Eagles game making the same statement. "That was tough to watch". The offense was nonexistent. The defense was even more so. The highlights of the game were a fake punt that led to a fourth-down conversion and a forced fumble by the defense that led to an immediate score.
That's it. Those are the highlights, unless you want to talk about field goals.
The Birds shift their attention to the Seattle Seahawks. Here's the good news. We expect them to win their final four games. A 14-3 win-loss total won't be hard to stomach at all.
Unfortunately, the reality of the situation is this. The San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys are better than Philly right is right now. Sheesh... This had better turn around in a hurry. We're worn out like this team must be after tackling the tough portion of their schedule.
Let's take a final look at some individual performances from another Sunday Night Football showdown in Arlington versus the Dallas Cowboys. Let's just say some guys were the hammer, and some... Well, they were the nail.
Hammer: Haason Reddick, EDGE
Haason Reddick continues to be a bright spot on an Eagles defense where there aren't many to celebrate right now. Two of his three Week 14 tackles were of the solo variety. Two tackles led to a loss of yardage. He also got to Dak Prescott and forced a sack.