The Philadelphia Eagles lose for the second straight week in a lackluster performance. The offense failed to score a touchdown in a 33-13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

A week after losing 42-19 to the San Francisco 49ers, to lose by more than 20 points again last night, was very disheartening.

Both the 49ers and Cowboys are good teams, but there were plays to be made on offense and defense. The Eagles didn’t make them.

Three fumbles last night were killers. QB Jalen Hurts fumbled on their first drive on a run, as they were moving the ball down the field.

WR’s A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith had bad fumbles, and they also had bad drops. The offensive line did not make holes to establish the running game.

The defense was just a complete mess again last night. The back seven continues to struggle and the defensive line could not get consistent pressure.

The coaching staff needs to be better, but let’s face it, players need to make plays. For three straight weeks, the team came out looking lackluster and uninspired.

Hurts completed 18 of 27 passes for 197 yards. He ran the ball 5 times for 30 yards. Brown caught 9 passes for 94 yards and Smith caught 5 for 73.

The Eagles only touchdown came on a Fletcher Cox sack on Cowboys QB Dak Prescott that forced a fumble and Jalen Carter picked up and returned for a touchdown.

The Eagles are now 10-3 on the season and travel to Seattle to the Seahawks on Monday Night next week, as they look to rebound from the two game losing streak.

Eagles WR A.J. Brown. Photo courtesy NBC Sports Philadelphia

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