The Philadelphia Eagles (4-8) took on the Seattle Seahawks (5-7) on Thursday Night Football, in what was originally thought to be an easy win on the road. However, the Eagles failed to put up any resemblance of an NFL team and were blown-out in Seattle, 31-14. Everything about the Eagles performance in this game stunk of a team that no longer was playing with any meaning, and was the most disappointing performances of the season.
From Philadelphia’s defensive performance, which was abysmal and bad, to their offense, where only one player put any effort into the game, nothing was good. The Seattle Seahawks incredibly underwhelming offense had almost no trouble moving the ball against the Eagles defense, and the offense was flat for nearly the entire game. The coaching from Andy Reid was miserable, and it is totally puzzling what kind of game plan he went into this match-up with.
Marshawn Lynch, the Seahawks best offensive weapon, went beast mode on the Eagles defense and ran for 115 yards and two touchdowns. Throughout the entire game, Lynch had almost no trouble steamrolling the Eagles second and third levels, and poor tackling was a trend throughout. Tavaris Jackson did nothing more than manage the game, throwing for 190 yards and one touchdown, but the Eagles secondary still looked disorganized and confused.
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