In Sunday Night's loss to the Seahawks the Eagles' nine game winning streak was snapped while the ten points they scored was the fewest that the team has been held to since September 20, 2015 versus the Dallas Cowboys in NFL Week 2.  Despite having an offense that is number one is Points Scored Per Game in the NFL (30.1) and sixth is Points Against Per game (17.9), there are people who are worried that the Eagles were exposed in Seattle, giving the rest of the league a blueprint of how to beat Philadelphia.

NFL Network Analyst and 3-time Super Bowl Champion Willie McGinest joined Mike Gill on Tuesday discussing if now is the time to worry about the Eagles after loss on Sunday Night:

“I’m not worry about Philly, Philly is still a good football team; They ran up against a team that played on another level…You’re not going to always play perfect so this was a good test, this was something that Philadelphia needed.  They’re still the best football (team) right now record wise and all that in the NFL and I think that when you look at Philly and what they’ve done and what they are doing, they’ll still be right there, I’m not worried.”

Checkout what McGinest had to say about how Seahawks beat the Eagles on Sunday night, expectations for matchup with Rams in Week 14, and more NFL talk