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It's becoming increasingly clear that the Eagles aren't as good as last season

2TC558P Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (1) reacts after losing a fumble against the Dallas Cowboys during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2023, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

The Philadelphia Eagles have won the most games in the NFL this season through Week 14, but for the first time since Week 8, they’re not alone. Three other sides also sit on 10 victories, one in the same division.

The Dallas Cowboys’ victory on Sunday Night Football means Philadelphia is no longer atop the NFC East, now occupying only a wild-card spot in the conference.

It doesn’t mean the Eagles are a bad team, but it does start to reflect a more honest image of their season thus far, which has been good but not great. Ten teams have a better point differential than the Eagles this season. They rank sixth in expected points added per play on offense and 28th in EPA per play allowed on defense.

Something hasn’t been quite right with the Eagles all season, and as long as they were winning games, that was spun as a good thing — they’re as good as anybody even without firing on all cylinders, think about when they hit full power!

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Now that the losses have arrived, it might just be that his year’s version of the Eagles isn’t as good as last year’s.


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