Philadelphia Eagles Week 12 Report Card: Grading Each Unit After Loss to Pats

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Philadelphia Eagles Week 12 Report Card: Grading Each Unit After Loss to Pats
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Must have been hard not to laugh in Andy's face.

In a game soon to be known as "Hoodie and the Blowout," New England demoralized Philadelphia, 38-20, and in the process put the final nail in the Eagles' coffin.

Hopefully, there aren't any Eagles fans who actually think this disgrace of a team can still win the NFC East or possibly make a run at the wild card. Sadly, there are probably a couple fans out there living in a delusional state, wearing midnight green glasses and believing Andy Reid will finally "do a better job."

Snap out of it.

This team is one of the most pathetic embarrassments to play in the history of Philadelphia sports.

And that says a lot, considering the city went through a 26-year championship drought and only has two World Series trophies, two Stanley Cups, three NBA titles and zero Super Bowls.

The incredible disappointment, lack of effort and poor coaching make it nearly unbearable for Eagles fans to admit any association with the city of Philadelphia or the football team that represents it.

But do you want to know the worst part?

The Eagles haven't hit rock bottom. Not yet.

The lowest of lows will come Thursday night when the team travels to Seattle and loses. It will bury the Eagles at 4-8 and give them a 1-3 record against the NFC West.

Until then, enjoy a team that didn't completely flunk.

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