“Eagles’ Late Collapse: Seahawks Soar to Overtime Victory, Leaving Philadelphia’s Playoff Aspirations in Doubt”

The bleeding continues. The blank look said that. The Eagles didn’t know how to react after Drew Lock’s last-ditch kneel secured the Seattle Seahawks’ 20-17 comeback victory over the Eagles on Monday night at Lumen Field. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is coming off a perfect 8-0 career against the Eagles, who lost their third straight and could see a loss for the season as Jalen Hurts struggles with a costly fourth-quarter turnover and the problems continue. leaving the third field and a team that seems in disarray at the most important moment of the season. Hurts, who was battling an illness entering the game, was 17-of-31 for 143 yards, with two interceptions and two touchdown passes, while Seattle guard Lock was 22-33 for 208 yards and the game-winning touchdown pass to Jaxon. Smith. -Njigba has 28 seconds of playing time. Seattle’s game-winning touchdown drive came on two punts on third-and-10 at the Seahawks 37 when Lock hit D.K. Metcalf between James Bradberry and Sydney Brown for 34 yards. On third-and-10 again at the Eagles’ 29, Lock threw the game-winning touchdown pass to Smith-Njigba. Those were the only two third downs the Seahawks converted in the fourth quarter. The Eagles had a chance to tie the game after two overtimes. With the ball sitting at the Eagles’ 45 with 13 seconds left, Hurts decided to look for A.J. Brown on the sideline instead of looking for something in the middle of the field to set up Jake Elliott, and Julian Love stopped him for the second time in the fourth quarter. It was the first victory of Seattle of the season after being down by double digits (10-0, Seattle 0-5). The Eagles are now 10-4 and there are far more questions than answers. They have already secured a spot in the playoffs and will likely still win the NFC East. But this team was built to come back and win the Super Bowl. SB NATION latest VIDEO The Dolphins-Cowboys Thanksgiving (1993) is worth rewinding It is November 25, 1993. It was at Texas Stadium on Thanksgiving between the hometown Dallas Cowboys and the visiting Miami Dolphins. Dallas controls the game with a one-point lead, but Miami sets up a field goal in the final seconds. A strong offense could give the Dolphins a chance to get a blowout win against the defending Super Bowl champions. There is so much to unpack before we see what happens next. For that we have to rewind SEE MORE SEE LESS Is this a Super Bowl team? Is this a real possibility (minus the midnight green hues) with the Eagles’ current lineup? This is a team that talks about “cleaning things up” 14 games into the season. “I’ve talked about execution all year, everybody’s on the same page, we didn’t execute and I don’t think we did enough,” Hurts said of the two-minute offense. This is a challenge we must accept. We just have to see it through.” There were good, bad and ugly in the Eagles’ 20-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. ok Runningback D’Andre Swift’s 11-yard fourth-quarter run that ended the drive at the Eagles’ 47 with 3:45 left meant Seattle had one more time to run out the clock. Defensive Tackle Jalen Carter’s seven-yard sack with 10:05 to play on third-and-2 at the Eagles 25. The original ruling was an incomplete pass, but Nick Sirianni wisely challenged the play and ruled that Carter sacked Seattle quarterback Drew. Lock before releasing the ball create. The Seahawks had to settle for a 43-yard field goal with 10:00 left. Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox went for a four-yard run — their first of the game — on third-and-9 at the Seattle 22 with 3:56 left in the third quarter. The Eagles’ first drive of the second half. It came in response to Seattle tying the game at 10-10 and outscoring the Eagles 17-10. As in the first drive of the game, the Eagles used a nice mix of run and pass. The 12-play drive went 75 yards over 5:22, seven passes in 12 plays and five runs. The Eagles converted three thirds. Eagles first half. They outscored Seattle 169-90, running 40 plays to Seattle’s 23 and holding the ball 18-56 to Seattle’s 11-04. Seven of the Eagles’ 12 first downs in the first half came on the ground. 23 of the Eagles’ 40 plays totaled 90 yards. The Eagles held D.K Metcalf and Tyler Lockett to a combined three catches for 25 yards and four scores. Led 10-3 at halftime and snapped a six-game streak in which the Eagles trailed at halftime: Washington (down 17-10 at halftime), Dallas (17-14), Kansas City (17-7), Buffalo (17) . -7), San Francisco (halftime 42-19 in a 14-6 deficit) and Dallas (24-6 in a 33-13 deficit). Eagles seventh safety Reed Blankenship was hit by Jaxon Smith-Njigba on Seattle’s final first half. That ultimately meant a stop in the red zone — and on third down, a very questionable situation for the Eagles’ defense all season. Blankenship’s fumble set up a 26-yard Jason Myers field goal with 1:42 left in the half. Cornerback Kelee Ringo has struggled so far in his rookie season, but his hit on Seattle linebacker Kenneth Walker on Seattle’s third drive at the Seahawks 27 was a quality stop. Eagles punt on their first and third drives. With 6:20 left in the half, the Eagles led 10-0, the Eagles went 33 plays, 148 yards in 17 minutes, 55 seconds and had 11 first downs to Seattle’s nine plays. , 35 yards, 5:45 possession and one first down. Fourth-and-three conversion on the Eagles’ third drive at the 19. Hurts found Julio Jones for a 6-and-1 loss. Linebacker Josh Sweat made a great tackle and hit Seattle linebacker Kenneth Walker for a six-yard loss on the Seahawks’ first play.

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