Monday, November 21, 2016

The Daily Numbers for Monday, Nov. 21

The Daily Numbers: 26-15 loss for Eagles to the Seahawks. Reality: It wasn’t that close.

5-5 record now for Eagles.

1-5 mark on the road; 4-0 at home.

23 or 45 for 218 yards and 2 INTs for Carson Wentz.

5 of 14 for 25 yards during crucial stretch in the 3rd quarter while the game was still being contested.

57 yard TD pass to Zach Ertz called back because Nelson Agholor lined up incorrectly.

20 yard that would have given Eagles a crucial 1st down on their next series that clanked off Agholor’s hands.

18 of 31 for 272 yards for Russell Wilson.

1 TD pass and 1 TD reception for the Seahawks QB, who was on receiving end of option pass for a touchdown.

1 more TD pass than Nelson Agholor or Jordan Matthews had

yesterday.

439 yards of offense rolled up by the Seahawks. 17 players missed at least one play because of injury.

2 running backs lost by Eagles, with both Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles missing much of 2nd half.

72 yard rushing TD for Seattle running back C.J. Prosise that gave the Seahawks the early lead.

73 yards rushing for Eagles in 1st half.

9 more penalties against the Eagles.

100th regular season win for Seattle coach Pete Carroll.

5 consecutive road losses for Eagles.

7 interceptions thrown by Wentz in his last 222 attempts after going 134 passes before tossing his 1st NFL INT.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

I wanted the Eagles to send a message to the team by releasing Nelson Agholor last week. Might have meant difference in getting a win Sunday in Seattle.

I Don’t Get It: Nelson Agholor, not so much for the drop. That happens. But lining up wrong. That can’t happen.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Eagles fans, who traveled en masse and made their presence known all weekend in Seattle. No team’s fans travel quite like Eagles fans.

Quote Box: “I just have to get out of my own head.”

- Nelson Agholor after the game

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