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Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Observations from Week 8 Matchup Against New York Giants

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Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Observations from Week 8 Matchup Against New York Giants

The Philadelphia Eagles lost an embarrassment of a football game to the New York Giants, falling 15-7 to a team that hasn’t been able to generate any sort of momentum on the season.

In a day when the Detroit Lions edged out the Dallas Cowboys in thrilling fashion, the Eagles failed to take advantage of a golden opportunity. Chip Kelly’s Eagles have now scored a grand total of three offensive points in the last eight quarters, and they’ve been shut out in the first half for two straight weeks.

The Eagles are just 3-5 in a dreadful NFC East. Remarkably, they’re still just a game behind the Cowboys for first place in the division, and Philly does play an Oakland Raiders team next week that doesn’t pose too much of a threat. Then again, the Eagles don’t seem capable of beating any team but the Jacksonville Jaguars right now, and it’s still unknown who will start at quarterback for Week 9.

There wasn’t much to take away from today’s 60 minutes of inept football, but here are some observations.

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