The Philadelphia Eagles seemed to be spectators of the playoff game in Tampa more than participants. They came out flat and never really got going on either side of the ball. The Eagles eliminated with a 31-15 loss to the Buccaneers.
The Philadelphia Eagles rested their starters while the Dallas Cowboys played theirs into the fourth quarter. The result is exactly what you would expect under those circumstances as the Cowboys hammered the Eagles 51-26.
The Philadelphia Eagles played for the first time in over two weeks. They looked a little slow out of the gate falling behind 10-0 before scoring 20 unanswered points and eventually knocking off the Washington Football Team 27-17.
If the eagles could have closed the deal against the Giants, they would be sitting in the No. 7 spot in the NFC playoff race at 6-6 and would have been just 1.5 games behind the Cowboys for the divisional crown.
The Philadelphia Eagles beat themselves and left plenty of missed opportunities on the field losing to the Giants 13-7. The Eagles turned it over four times and had several key dropped passes that led to the loss.