Here are our grades for the Eagles' 31-28 loss to New England:
Eagles pretty much abandoned the run in the second half after the Patriots held Brian Westbrook to 3.3 yards per carry in the first half.
A.J. Feeley's three interceptions, including an early one that was returned for a touchdown, marred an otherwise impressive three-touchdown performance.
The Patriots didn't run the ball much, but had two rushing touchdowns.
Tom Brady threw for almost 400 yards, but the Eagles made him work for it and held him to just one touchdown pass.
The Eagles gave up a 40-yard kickoff return to Ellis Hobbs that kickstarted one of the Patriots' scoring drives. They again got little from their return game.
The Eagles came in as a 23-point underdog and battled the undefeated Patriots down to the wire. Their defense held Tom Brady to a season-low one touchdown pass.