Philadelphia Eagles: Who's Off to the Best and Worst Starts

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Philadelphia Eagles: Who's Off to the Best and Worst Starts
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Six games into the season, the Philadelphia Eagles are not in the position they envisioned themselves being.

Granted, they're still second in the division, behind the Giants, but they go into the bye week knowing that they could've easily been 5-1 and in sole possession of first place atop the NFC East. 

Plagued by injuries, inconsistency and turnovers the Eagles' season so far has been nothing short of unsatisfactory. This team is by far one of the most talented in the league, but every week their play leaves us perplexed—asking one of two questions: "How did they pull that out?" or "How did they let that slip away?" 

Their woes can be attributed to the inability to put all three phases of the game together. On both sides of the ball, there are key players who have gotten off to a great start and those who have struggled.

They are the following: 

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