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.
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 23-9. Carson Wentz threw two horrendous interceptions and added two fumbles as well. Doug Pederson called a terrible game, but somehow they managed to come out on top. Brandon Graham and TJ Edwards changed the game defensively.
The Philadelphia Eagles lose 39-29 to the Steelers. The offense played very well and scored 29 points, enough to win you a game. Travis Fulgham had 152 yards on 10 receptions and a touchdown as Carson Wentz was hitting him all game long. Miles Sanders took a 74-yard run to the house, but the run game struggled besides that specific play. Defensively, Jim Schwartz had a tough night. Big Ben was getting the ball out quickly and there was no adjusting considering the front 4 is Jim's bread and butter.
Eagles Insiders Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan shared what they've learned after the frenetic first few days of NFL free agency. They take a deep dive into the Byron Jones strikeout, with info on what happened at negotiations, and explore the Malcolm Jenkins divorce. Mosher and Caplan also examine the Javon Hargrave signing along with the state of the secondary, including intel on past attempts to acquire Darius Slay.
The Philadelphia Eagles needed to beat the Miami Dolphins to get their season back on track. They had a 28-14 lead in the second half and failed to hold that lead as they were outscored 23-3 the rest of the way to lose 37-31.