Eagles vs. Seahawks: 5 Things We Learned from Philadelphia's 31-14 Loss

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Eagles vs. Seahawks: 5 Things We Learned from Philadelphia's 31-14 Loss
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If you didn't think the Eagles were done after last week's disaster at home against the Patriots, you have certainly been enlightened this week. The Eagles were blown out by the Tavaris Jackson-led Seattle Seahawks, 31-14.

The defense looked lost, the offense was a turnover machine and the special teams lost the last player with any heart on this team, Colt Anderson. It was just an overall ugly night for the Eagles.

The only good thing for the Eagles players is that they didn't play at home. The Eagles faithful would have let the players know how bad they played Thursday night, and they would have every right to.

Now at 4-8, Eagles fans can start recovering from a horrible 2011 season and start looking forward to the 2012 NFL draft.

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