Eagles vs. Dolphins: 5 Things We Learned Following Philadelphia's 26-10 Win

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Eagles vs. Dolphins: 5 Things We Learned Following Philadelphia's 26-10 Win
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The Philadelphia Eagles came into South Beach facing a red-hot Dolphins team that had won four out of their last five games and had given up just 54 total points during that streak. The Eagles didn't seem to care and overcame a very early 7-0 deficit after a Chas Henry blocked punt.

The Eagles scored 24 unanswered points in the first half, and defensive end Phillip Hunt added a safety in the second half to cap off a dominant defensive performance for the Eagles in a 26-10 victory.

The Eagles are now 5-8 and still have the tiniest shred of a playoff hope. They would have to win out and hope that the Cowboys and Giants finish, at the very best, 8-8.

After such a horrible start to the season, it was nice to see the Eagles beat up on a red hot Dolphins team. They will finish the season against the Cowboys, Jets and Redskins. 8-8 still may like a stretch for this underachieving Eagles bunch, but anything is possible this season in a very hard to figure out NFC East.

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