The Good, Bad, and Ugly from Eagles Week 7 win over the Dolphins on Sunday Night Football

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The Ugly: The Eagles offense does all that it can do to keep Miami in the game and help the Dolphins hang around.

It is nearly impossible to find fault with what the Eagles defense and their coordinator Sean Desai do. They held the Dolphins to three points following an early Eagles turnover in their own territory. As mentioned earlier, they shut Miami's attack down all evening.

The problem is this. We need to see some consistency on the offensive side of the ball.

If Hurts is hurt, why is Philly still running that QB draw? Heck, even if Hurts isn't hurt, why is Philly still running that damn QB draw?

Philly's first offensive drive stalled and led to three points, and that had little to do with what the Fins did. Playcalling still appears to be an issue.

It's beginning to look like the only thing that can stop the Eagles' offensive attack is the Eagles themselves. Two more turnovers were forced by the wrong-colored jerseys. That led to ten points and helped Miami stay in this one. A win is a win, and in the end, that's all that matters, but the Birds can't keep allowing teams to hang around.

If they clean that up, we could be looking at a juggernaut.

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