The Eagles blew a 17-point lead to the Carolina Panthers in the fourth quarter and the grades are in.
Carson Wentz has thrown at least one touchdown pass in a franchise-record 19 straight games. He's thrown two or more in 14 of those 19 games.
The Eagles' win over Cam Newton's Carolina Panthers last season legitimized their status as Super Bowl contenders. How will this year's matchup play out?
Carson Wentz and the Eagles offense rediscovered their third-down and red-zone mojo Thursday night against the Giants. And Jim Schwartz made some adjustments that gave his front four some extra time to get to Eli Manning.
Carson Wentz had his first three-touchdown game of the season and didn't throw an interception for the third straight week.
The Eagles regained their red-zone mojo and their defense shut down the Giants passing game. But both of their offensive tackles got hurt in Thursday night's win.
Eli Manning threw for 800 yards and six touchdowns in 3- and 5-point losses to the Eagles last season.
The Eagles relied heavily on fast starts last season. They're not getting those this season.
The Eagles continued to struggle in the red zone and on third down. They lost two more fumbles. They dropped key passes and committed bad penalties.
A lot of self-inflicted wounds, including costly fumbles, bad penalties and continued ineffectiveness on third down and in the red zone led to the Eagles' loss to the Vikings Sunday.
The last time the Eagles faced the Vikings, they converted 10 of 14 third-down opportunities and Nicke Foles was 10-for-11 for 159 yards and 2 touchdowns on third down. Can Carson Wentz match that performance this time?
Paul Domowitch is a pro football writer for the Inquirer and Daily News, where he has worked since 1982. He has covered nearly 30 Super Bowls and has been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last 15 years.