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Demetress Bell: F
Michael Vick only got sacked one time before he was dropped on consecutive plays in overtime. Much of that can be attributed to Demetress Bell, who is nowhere near the player he was in Buffalo.
Bell has looked like a Division-II lineman called up to play in the NFL. He's lost on screen passes, colliding with LeSean McCoy while failing to provide protection, and he isn't mobile enough to get downfield to block. He has poor technique and his footwork is shaky.
And he also committed another penalty today, giving him a team-leading five penalties and three false starts.
Evan Mathis: D+
Evan Mathis isn't the same player he was when he had All-Pro tackle Jason Peters next to him last year, and that's to be understood. But he has struggled too many times this season, and today he provided little help for McCoy on the ground game.
He also looked to be responsible for the second of the consecutive overtime sacks today, as he was just beat by a relentless pursuit from Nick Fairley. If the sack does get charged to Mathis, it will officially be the first he's given up as a member of the Eagles.
Fortunately, the penalties from Mathis have subsided, as he hasn't committed any since getting flagged twice in each of the first two games of the season.
Dallas Reynolds: F
As a result of today's performance, the Philadelphia Eagles will likely be holding open tryouts for the center position.
In all seriousness, though, the team doesn't play again for two weeks. There's really no reason to keep Dallas Reynolds around. He pulled off the dubious feat today of snapping the ball into his butt one play and then snapping the ball to Michael Vick when Vick wasn't looking, which led to a turnover.
Reynolds also allowed Vick to get hit when Vick was throwing deep downfield, which led to an interception. It was just a miserable, forgettable 65 minutes of football for Reynolds.
Danny Watkins: C
Danny Watkins really didn't put up much of a fight against either Ndamukong Suh or Nick Fairley today, and the result was a ground game that put up less than a yard per carry. Watkins is still adjusting to the NFL, but then again, so is Fairley, who was a first-round pick the same year as Watkins (2011).
Todd Herremans: D-
I miss the Todd Herremans of 2011. That man was a borderline Pro Bowl offensive lineman who excelled in both pass protection and run blocking. Then Herremans got owned by Cliff Avril on the first play of overtime, looking like a rookie who had never played against a defensive end with NFL speed.
Seriously, watch this play. He didn't have a clue.