The Philadelphia Eagles were shutout in the first quarter Sunday for the tenth time in 13 games this season. It was another sluggish start for the Eagles offense that did not start to produce until the second half.
The Philadelphia Eagles season may have come down to a tipped ball that went for a touchdown in overtime. That play gave the Dallas Cowboys a 29-23 win and likely put the Eagles out of contention for the NFC East title.
It took until December, but finally the Philadelphia Eagles won back-to-back games after knocking off the Redskins 28-13. It was the first time they accomplished that feat since winning the Super Bowl in February.
The Philadelphia Eagles opened the second half of their season with a poor showing and a 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. It was their third straight loss at home. The Eagles have yet to put together back-to-back wins this season.
2002 NFL MVP and CBS NFL Analyst Rich Gannon joined The Locker Room with Billy Schweim on Saturday discussing the difficulties for the Eagles in their first season after winning a Super Bowl championship