After a tough loss to the San Diego Chargers in the team's home opener, the Eagles have to move on quickly and begin preparations for Thursday night's game against former head coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs. Here are the links recapping Sunday afternoon's action.
Losing to the Chargers represents a bump in the road for the Eagles in a long season.
Head coach Chip Kelly lamented "missed opportunities" that resulted in the Eagles leaving points on the field.
Defensive coordinator Bill Davis felt the defense was "out-executed" by quarterback Phillip Rivers and the Chargers offense.
Wide reciever DeSean Jackson and running back LeSean McCoy were spectacular once again, combining to account for 360 total yards of offense on 25 touches.
Quarterback Michael Vick had another strong performance and set a career high with 428 passing yards, but he was ultimately disappointed with the outcome.
Kelly took the blame for how the end of the game played out and vowed to learn from his first loss in the NFL.
Exercising a little perspective is necessary in the wake of a stomach-punch loss to the Chargers.
The good, the bad and the ugly from the Eagles-Chargers game, in the form of handing out 10 "Awards."
Coming off a euphoric win against the Washington Redskins, Sunday's game offered a humbling dose of reality for the Eagles.