For the first time since Matt Bryant hit one from 62 yards out, the Philadelphia Eagles have lost a game on a last-second field goal.
This time, it came courtesy of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Shaun Suisham from 34 yards out to give them a 16-14 win and drop the Eagles to 3-2 on the season.
Philadelphia remains atop the NFC East due to a head-to-head tiebreaker with the New York Giants, but the good news pretty much stops there. The Eagles offense was totally dominated by the Steelers defense—and themselves—and the problems with kick return coverage reared its ugly head once again.
The defense was once again solid as evidenced by the final score, but even Juan Castillo's unit had its own struggles.
All in all, it was a difficult game to watch regardless of your allegiance. The game was sloppy in nearly every way imaginable and neither team played up to snuff.
Picking a few losers from this game will be easy. Trying to justify calling a few guys a "winner" will be much more difficult.