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Grayson’s Grades: Eagles 2021 NFL Draft
General Manager Howie Roseman and Owner Jeffrey Lurie were under a microscope throughout this draft needing to do better than they have at selecting players in some time.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles vs. Washington
The Philadelphia Eagles ended the season with a controversial 20-14 loss to the Washington Football Team.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles at Cowboys
The Philadelphia Eagles jumped out to a 14-3 lead and then were outscored 34-3 the rest of the way and lost 37-17 to the Cowboys. With that loss, they were officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles at Cardinals
The Philadelphia Eagles dug themselves an early 16-0 hole before tying the game and eventually losing to the Arizona Cardinals 33-26.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles vs. Saints
The Philadelphia Eagles threw a rookie Quarterback into the fire giving Jalen Hurts his first career start against the top defense in the NFL and he delivered a 24-21 win over the New Orleans Saints.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles at Packers
The Philadelphia Eagles opened the month of December with a 30-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Carson Wentz struggled once again and was ultimately benched in favor of rookie Jalen Hurts.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles vs. Seahawks
The Philadelphia Eagles put together another sloppy performance and lost 23-17 to the Seattle Seahawks.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles at Browns
In what has been a historically bad season for the Philadelphia Eagles, more history was made Sunday. The Eagles lost to the Browns for the first time since 1994.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles at Giants
The Philadelphia Eagles have not had success coming out of a bye week under Doug Pederson. They lost for the third straight year out of the bye and this 27-17 defeat essentially wiped out the cushion they had on top of the NFC East.
Grayson’s Grades: Eagles 2020 Mid-Season
The Philadelphia Eagles have not met the expectations they and their fan base had going into the 2020 season. They finished the first half with a 3-4-1 record. However, that is good enough to sit alone in first place in the NFC East.