Good Morning, Eagles fans! The Birds may have dropped a close one yesterday, but things are still looking pretty atop the NFC East. Chip Kelly will meet with reporters this afternoon; until then, catch up on the latest headlines from yesterday's game...
The Eagles' banged-up offensive line finally took its toll Sunday afternoon.
In the end, the Eagles were close, writes Dave Spadaro. They just weren't close enough.
Bill Davis's defensive unit was spectacular all day, but needed one more play to keep the Eagles in it in the end.
Tight end Trey Burton, who blocked a punt Sunday, is finding his niche on special teams.
Safety Malcolm Jenkins continues to put up amazing numbers early on this season.
The Eagles travel out west to face the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium in an NFC showdown ...
Yes, the Eagles lost. But Sunday proved this is an excellent team that's been assembled here.
LeSean McCoy and the Eagles' running game never found a way to get going Sunday.
The Eagles' defense came up with big plays, but it can do even better.
A penalty called on in the third quarter proved costly in the end.
It almost seemed inevitable, but the Eagles' fourth quarter magic finally ran out Sunday.