Domo’s grades for Eagles-Chiefs

Eagles running back LeSean McCoy. (Ron Cortes/Staff Photographer)

Here’s Domo’s report card for the momentous third game of this season. It’s not pretty.

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RUN OFFENSE: LeSean McCoy notched his second 100-yard rushing performance and Mike Vick had a big rushing night that included a 61-yard run.

Grade: A-minus

PASS OFFENSE: After two sterling performances, Mike Vick fell to earth hard against a Chiefs defense that did a great job of pressuring him and blanketing his receivers.

Grade: D

RUN DEFENSE: The Chiefs didn’t run the ball a lot but when they did, the Eagles did a good job on them. Jamaal Charles was held to 19 yards on nine carries in the first three quarters.


PASS DEFENSE: The Eagles’ pass rush was much better against the Chiefs. Than it was last week against the Charges. But they did a poor job defending Chiefs wide receiver Donnie Avery and Charles, who combined for 200-plus receiving yards. 

Grade: C

SPECIAL TEAMS:  Damaris Johnson muffed a punt early in the game that set up a Kansas City field goal. Alex Henery missed a 48-yard field goal attempt in the second half


OVERALL: The ad Michael Vick showed up last night. Interceptions. Poor decision-making. An offensive line that is supposed to be one of the best in the league did not handle the Chiefs’ pass rush very well.

Grade: D


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