For the Philadelphia Eagles, the remainder of the season will be about watching their young players develop for the future, specifically quarterback Nick Foles and running back Bryce Brown.
It's not about wins and losses anymore.
In fact, one could argue that losses will only help the Eagles because, at this point in the season, it's much more important to have a high draft pick than to win a meaningless late-season game.
The Eagles dropped a Sunday Night Football showdown against the Dallas Cowboys in a game that was actually much closer than most Eagles fans expected. It was eerily similar to the first time the two teams met, as the Eagles built a lead but saw it collapse behind a surprising 21-point performance from the Cowboys in the fourth quarter.
The Eagles, at 3-9, have just four more games left in a season that will undoubtedly rate as one of the more embarrassing in franchise history. The 2013 season will bring a new head coach and possibly a new quarterback, depending on the development Foles shows in his final four games.
That being said, the Eagles still had some highlights against the Cowboys, but there were also quite a good deal of "lowlights."
The following 10 slides will highlight the positives and the negatives in the Eagles' Week 13 loss to the Cowboys.