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By Matt Ryan, Sports Talk Philly Contributor

The Eagles face the Seahawks in week 12 of the regular season. The Eagles offense has looked horrible so far as they trail the Hawks ten to three at the half. Here's what we saw in the first 30 minutes of action:


First Half Offensive MVP

WR Greg Ward Jr. Ward has been the only bright spot in this Eagles offense, catching five balls for 31 yards. Ward has been the Eagles most reliable receiver, playing in just his second NFL game.


First Half Defensive MVP

S Malcolm Jenkins. Jenkins has played great in the first half, finishing with two tackles and a huge second down sack. Jenkins has played a huge part in the Eagles holding this great Seahawks offense to just ten points at the half.


Who Needs To Step Up

QB Carson Wentz. Wentz has not looked good this half, finishing with 62 yards and two turnovers. If the Eagles want to have a big comeback, Wentz needs to have a huge second half and lead this struggling offense.


Who To Watch Out For

RB Chris Carson. Carson has had a slow first half finishing with 14 yards on five carries. With the high winds in the second half, Carson could be getting a lot more carries. The Eagles run defense is going to need to stay strong to contain Carson in the second half..

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