It has arrived.
Pumpkins dot porches, green leaves give way to yellow-orange hues and cool air snaps through the door in the morning.
Fall is here and so is The Philadelphia Eagles midseason report card.
By every account, the Eagles have performed below expectations this year, turning in a marginal record at 3-3. That’s the bad news. Now, the good news: It can be fixed. The Eagles can rise from C-level mediocrity to the laudable straight-A team they were forecasted to become.
Heading into Game 7, the Eagles Nation holds its breath and wonders: Will they do it?
Despite costly errors and turnovers on both sides of the line, the Eagles remain in 13th place in Sports Illustrated's Power Rankings for Week 6. If Philadelphia hopes to redeem the season—and save a job or two along the way—the Eagles must send the Atlanta Falcons home with its first loss of the season.
If not, the forecast looks anything but sunny in Philadelphia.
Check the Philadelphia Eagles midseason report to see where they received high scores, where they need extra practice and where they require intensive work to get a passing grade.