Eagles fans, media roast James Bradberry following embarrassing loss vs. Seahawks

That one hurt. That one hurt a lot. And, James Bradberry is under fire following another Eagles loss.
James Bradberry, Philadelphia Eagles
James Bradberry, Philadelphia Eagles / Steph Chambers/GettyImages

There's regression, and there's falling head-first off of a cliff. Unfortunately, for Philadelphia Eagles fans, James Bradberry has done the latter. One full hour after watching Philly collapse while giving up a ten-play, 92-yard drive to the Seattle Seahawks with less than two minutes remaining, the 2022 Second-Team All-Pro is under fire. So are his teammates, but Number 24 is going to get roasted after this one.

No, that isn't totally true. The roasting has already begun

James Bradberry is taking a ton of heat after the Eagles lose in crushing fashion.

We'll be honest with you. It's hard to find words to describe this loss. We'll try and paint the picture for you if you missed the game though.

The Eagles failed to deliver an impressive performance... again. Somehow, they had a chance to win on the road if they could hold on late. They couldn't.

The Seattle Seahawks took possession of the ball with 1:52 left on the clock. They needed 92 yards AND a touchdown to win. They got it done. This is how the game ended.

As you might expect, Eagles Nation isn't happy. Check out some of the reaction. Don't worry. We removed the NSFW takes.

We'd like to tell you the Eagles will bounce back, but we'll be honest. We don't know that they will. How does a team bounce back from this?

Here's the good news. Philly still has one of the NFL's best records at 10-4. Their final three games, one versus the Arizona Cardinals and two versus the New York Giants are winnable. For now, however, there's a lot of humble pie to eat.

That's it from the Pacific Northwest. The Eagles lose their eighth straight versus the Seattle Seahawks. Based on the circumstances, the most recent might be the most crushing that we have seen. We'll take a day to break this down then we'll move on to the New York Giants and a game on Christmas.