Philadelphia Eagles Film Study: Grading the Offensive Line After Week 9

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Philadelphia Eagles Film Study: Grading the Offensive Line After Week 9
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Even the players want to hide at this point.

This team gets harder and harder to watch every week. It's becoming a struggle to watch them just once, much less the multiple times it takes to put this segment together.

But we trudge forward, as always, even when it seems like the team gave up a long time ago.

This week's beating came at the hands of the lowly New Orleans Saints as they handed the Philadelphia Eagles their fourth consecutive loss and a 3-5 record at the midway point of the season. And even against the worst defense in the league—and perhaps one of the worst of all time—the Eagles' offensive line found a way to get dominated.

Then, to add insult to injury, another starter went down and now Todd Herremans is out for the season.

I know he catches a lot of grief from me and the grades aren't always fridge-worthy, but he's definitely a better option than what's behind him.

If you didn't already know that, you'll see why shortly.

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