Eagles injury tracker, inactives list for Week 15 game vs. Seahawks: Philly looks to end the skid

The Eagles are without a few starters in Week 15 but are in prime position to walk out of Lumen Field with a win.
Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
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Sports are a funny thing. Regardless of which game we're playing, at some point, we'll always talk about winning streaks and losing skids. The Philadelphia Eagles have done a lot of winning under Nick Sirianni, but that doesn't matter much to the Birds contingent right now. All they seemingly want to talk about lately, most of them anyway, is the current two-game losing streak.

Speaking of losing streaks, Philly travels to the Pacific Northwest to tackle the Seattle Seahawks in Week 15. They have dropped seven straight versus those 'other birds' (and nine of the last ten meetings). It's time to turn the tide.

Philly may have found a new groove after this one. Let's hope that's the case. Matt Patricia will call the plays on defense. A win would go a long way in instilling confidence.

Eagles injury news: Philadelphia is down three starters.

As mentioned, the Eagles look to end two skids on Monday Night Football. There's the current two-game losing streak There's also the nightmare we have seen whenever they have had to play Seattle.

Philly is a little shorthanded. Darius Slay, Cam Jurgens, and Zach Cunningham will all sit this one out. QB1 Jalen Hurts is battling an illness. He was named as a game-time decision on Sunday.

Safety Jamal Adams, linebacker Nick Bellore, wide receiver D'Wayne Eskridge, cornerback Devon Witherspoon, and quarterback Geno Smith are all questionable for Seattle.

The Eagles and Seahawks will announce their Week 15 inactives 90 minutes before kickoff.

The Eagles and Seahawks announce their Week 15 inactives. Jalen Hurts is active. So is Geno Smith.

Update (2nd quarter): Grant Calcaterra limps to the sideline early due to an injury.

Update (3rd quarter): Lane Johnson goes down with an injury in the 3rd. He jogged off and was replaced by Jack Driscoll. After a brief trip to the medical tent, he returned to the field. Nolan Smith took a trip to the locker room but returned to the field shortly thereafter.