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There may not be one position group as strong as the defensive line. With immense pressure from the outside, Sam Bradford had an awful performance.
He averaged 6.3 yards per throw and had to settle for mostly underneath routes. With the elite cornerbacks, Bradford couldn't test the defense deep, especially with Babin, Cole, Jenkins, etc. coming for him.
Babin had two sacks, and the line forced five sacks altogether. The ends are especially fresh with the amount of rotating with Darryl Tapp, who had a strip sack, and Juqua Parker, who recorded his second career touchdown.
Under Washburn, this defensive line may be the best in the league.
As for the run support, the Eagles obviously struggled, but I'm pinning the blame on the linebackers not on Mike Patterson nor Cullen Jenkins.