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By Paul Bowman, Sports Talk Philly Editor
What can be said but déjà vu.
The Eagles defense once again managed to keep an offensive juggernaut and the league's likely MVP to an easily beatable score for the entirety of the game.
They also managed to force timely turnovers.
Instead, the offense, once again, lost one of their starting offensive lineman following their second offensive drive of the game, this time, the recently extended Brandon Brooks, who had been the top lineman in the league throughout the entire season.
The rest of the offense faltered and looked worse than they did last week.
Instead of not getting anything going this week, the Eagles offense would have smooth drives going and then ended with self-inflicted errors like penalties, interceptions and fumbles. Even things like busted run plays with short yardage were a routine issue in this one.
Health is a major issue for the offense, but it isn't for Wentz and he has been awful in just about every aspect of his game the past two weeks aside from running and tackling.