Scot

Pro Bowler
Yep. I'm just watching it and shaking my head. Whatever.

The same shit was happening during the Rams game last week.

Parsons even tweeted out picks of the holds after the game.

Not a single holding called on any of the plays
 

Scot

Pro Bowler
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Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
Well. At the half it was 20-3 and looked like it was gonna go as I predicted. Glad it didn't. We stepped up and showed some scroat but our flaws are glaring now.

Good game. Hopefully we learned something from it.
 

Maveric

Quality Starter
Well. At the half it was 20-3 and looked like it was gonna go as I predicted. Glad it didn't. We stepped up and showed some scroat but our flaws are glaring now.

Good game. Hopefully we learned something from it.
The one thing that gave me any sort of hope coming out of this is that the offense actually adjusted at halftime and didn't just start chucking it all over the place. Will that change when Dak's back? I certainly hope not, but past history leaves me significantly less than a hundred percent confident.
 

Dodger12

Super Moderator
Glad this stretch with Cooper Rush is over and it'll be interesting to see what happens nest week. Cooper Rush didn't play well and that's the bottom line. Kudos for coming back and making it 20 to 17 but then the run D caved and they couldn't make a stop when it happened.

The spot of the ball on Lamb's first down stretch says a lot about the officiating. One ref called it a first down the other a 4th down. Two things should have happened. MM should have asked for a measurement and bought some time to review the play. Now I don't know if KM or MM called the play to rush to the line but either way, MM is responsible. And that was a horrific play call on 4th down.

KM just continues to unimpress me. Very little motion and just unimaginative overall. And does Nick Sirianni grate on anyone else's nerves? I think he's better at designing plays than KM but I'm going to really enjoy watching him lose on Sundays.

Lastly, I live in Eagles country. There's no denying the Eagles have built a very good team and have made some real shrewd moves to improve their roster. Their D is going to be pretty solid, especially next year, and they have some picks in their back pocket to improve the team. But I also think that their style of play is not sustainable. Hurts plays within that system but sooner or later he'll have to bail the team out with his arm and I just didn't see it. It's a long season and the more Hurts runs, the more his chances of getting hurt. That's just not sustainable football.
 

icup

Super Moderator
for me at the end of the day, the team did a pretty good job w/ a backup qb and stood relevant in a suddenly good division
 

Scot

Pro Bowler
Dak has already said that he’s playing next week vs the Lions

So which Dak are we going to get? The one that shit the bed in week 1 this season and the playoff game vs the Niners last season?

Or are we going to get the Dak who lead the league in passing and hung multiple 40 and 50 burger games on our division opponents last season?

Let’s be honest, Dak hasn’t played a decent game of football since last December.

Whatever Dak shows up all I gotta say is we better stick to the game plan and keep running the ball!
 

Dodger12

Super Moderator
Dak has already said that he’s playing next week vs the Lions

So which Dak are we going to get? The one that shit the bed in week 1 this season and the playoff game vs the Niners last season?

Or are we going to get the Dak who lead the league in passing and hung multiple 40 and 50 burger games on our division opponents last season?

Let’s be honest, Dak hasn’t played a decent game of football since last December.

Whatever Dak shows up all I gotta say is we better stick to the game plan and keep running the ball!

I agree but Dak's also got to keep the chains moving on 3rd and medium/short. That's what I'm concerned with.
 

Scot

Pro Bowler
I’m wondering if the Eagles just gave the rest of the league the playbook on how handle Parsons.
 

Dodger12

Super Moderator
I’m wondering if the Eagles just gave the rest of the league the playbook on how handle Parsons.

There aren't many teams that can get away with running the read option all game. Philly is going to ride that horse as far as it will take them and it will lead to Hurts getting hurt. My buddies who are Eagles fans pretty much excuse it by saying Hurts doesn't take many big hits but he will. It's inevitable.
 
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