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Uh, this might have been one of the worst games I've seen all year.
The score doesn't look like it, and there's gonna be people out there that's gonna argue with me.
But this game was flat out horribly, coached by one side and horribly quarterbacked by the other.
Now Doug Peterson talks about Jalen hurts, having inconsistencies, and that's why he's not starting at quarterback.
Hello, Jalen Hurts was in for one play at quarterback through one pass, made a completion for six yards.
Carson Wentz, on the other hand, Carson Wentz threw the ball 45 times for 215 yards, and 38 of those yards were lucky off of perhaps the best catch of the year off a deflection off a freaking Hail Mary.
But Richard Rodgers, the Tide in the second, tied in in the end zone at the end of the game to make this score looked like it was somewhat respectable, but this game wasn't respectable.
Carson Wentz, 45 attempts 215 yards.
Even with that lucky, lucky amazing catch by Richard Rogers.
Carson still averaged less than five yards per throw.
Jalen Hurts was 100% completion percentage and had six yards.
Why wasn't he playing more? Makes no sense.
Why have that one play where you put him out there to throw the football and then yank him? There was no knowledge of whence being hurt that I could see of now if I could, uh, now if it comes back later Oh, he was being looked at for an injury.
I I get that, but I don't I didn't see that on the sideline.
Neither King ran the football.
All right, Carson Wentz.
The only thing that he was able to do was scramble, but his five periods for 42 yards about half of those yards came on one run where he took it up the middle when there was no one in the middle to do anything with.
So, you know, I mean, he was sacked six stinking times this game six times by Seattle.
Are you kidding me? Six times And he had that interception and his throwing was awful.
I mean, if it wasn't for the fact that his tight ends could catch the football, he would have had worse.
Goddard had seven catches on 10 targets.
Richard Rodgers, three catches on six targets.
He threw his tight ends in his running backs. Boston.
Scott had some catches.
Right? Miles Sanders had a couple catches.
Sean Jeffrey, Jalen Reagor and Greg Ward all combined.
Combined eight catches.
His wide receivers had eight catches.
And let's talk about yardage wise.
His wide receivers had eight catches for about 40 yards.
I mean, that's awful awful.
All his yards came from Goddard and Rogers.
I don't know about 100 30 yards, both his touchdowns.
Carson Wentz couldn't throw the football with a darn.
He was incredibly inaccurate.
They didn't run the ball at all.
Corey Clement, Boston Scott Miles Sanders combined for nine carries in this game, and it's not like this game was out of hand ever until the fourth quarter, when Seattle went up 23 to 9.
They should have ran the football more with Miles and Boston, but they didn't.
They didn't and they should have just like Seattle.
If you look at the numbers between Chris Carson Carlos Hyde.
They had 23 carries.
But Hell, 10 of those carries was midway through the fourth quarter to the end of the game, and eight of those 10 carries.
We're loss of down or loss of yardage tackled behind the line of scrimmage because the Eagles knew they were running the football bad play call by the Seattle Seahawks.
Let's talk about that.
Not running the football in the first half, going forward on fourth and goal at like the three or four yard line when they should have just kicked the field goal when the score was 00 They should have just kicked the field goal and went up three nothing.
Instead, they get tackled for a loss turnover on downs.
Now the other 4/4 down They went for and did not get.
I agreed with going for it.
I agreed with going forward on fourth down.
Uh, they were in that no man's zone, you know, 45 this yard line where you didn't wanna punt the ball.
It was a little out of field goal rage.
You might as well go ahead and go for it.
Why would you run a wide receiver screen in that situation against the Eagles, who are one of the best teams in the NFL against wide receiver screens.
You should have ran.
The football is like fourth and two or something.
Run the football.
You didn't run the football the entire game.
First half basically hand the ball off the Carson or hide right up the gut.
Or maybe even, um, run a a misdirection run play, you know, off tackle.
That's what I would have done.
It would have been a much better situation, not a wide receiver screen against the number six past defense in the NFL.
That's looking for that.
As a matter of fact, I mean, come on D K.
How the game And I'm telling you what DK He even had a drop in this game.
He should have had well over 200 yards.
He had 10 catches, 177 yards.
He was the one guy that Russell Wilson had to lean on.
I mean, he had 100 77 out of Russell Wilson's 230 yards right, 13 targets, 10 catches.
One of those targets, um, Darius Slay, fell down and Matt Cap.
Just drop the football on like a 30 40 yard pass, so we should have had over 200 yards for this game.
But to be fair, I mean, it's not like he, like, blew out.
Darius Slay There is slight played very good this game.
Metcalf just out muscled him for the catches.
That's all it waas.
So I was never really badly beaten.
Slave was right up there.
It was a fistfight.
It was so much of, ah, toughest fight Early on, you know, it was gonna be It had the feel of a division game, right? Because there was penalties being thrown for unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct and pass interference all over the place in the first half all over the place.
Heck, Philadelphia got a ton of yards off of off of penalties, a ton of yards off the penalties.
I mean, Seattle committed eight penalties.
Philadelphia had nine.
My goodness, Philadelphia did get to Russell Wilson twice, but yeah, like I said earlier, got the went six times.
There was no not a lot of turnovers.
When it comes to traditional turnovers like interceptions and fumbles, it was just that one interception by Carson Wentz.
But when a team averages, Philadelphia averaged 3.
8 yards of play.
Seattle average 4.
8 little better still not up to par, in my opinion, all right.
Now you look at the rushing yards, you see 76 70 and then you look at and you're like, Well, that Z not awful.
That's awful for a team.
Especially when you look at the fact that Russell had 12 of those yards right and Carson had two thirds, 42 of those yards.
I mean, Dear Lord, this this was a bad game.
Seattle had a total of just at 300 yards this game total.
Philadelphia just barely broke 2 50.
That shouldn't even broke that.
I think it's time to move on from Carson Wentz.
If you're a Philadelphia fan, I would say Let's let's drop, Let's drop Carson plus drop. Carson.
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But man, no, this this game shouldn't even been this close.
The Eagles were lucky that it's 23 17.
It should have been 26 to 9 or even closer toe, 32 9.
This game legitimately should have been at least 32 9.
In my opinion, the play calls when they were first and goal for Seattle was not good.
They should have scored a touchdown, but they didn't play the right calls.
The only reason they were able to move the field at all was because of penalties and ah, lucky, great, lucky catch.
The reason I say lucky is because the ball was batted tit towards Rodgers.
And then Rogers made a spectacular leaning, one handed reaching grab and caught the ball.
You know, playing the game was off.
A lucky bounce, but a fantastic catch to make the score look reasonable.
Now the Seahawks back on top of their division right there with the Rams.
They got a nice little stranglehold on there.
As long as they don't screw up in the division, they got it.
The Eagles, man.
Unless they make some serious changes soon, I just don't see how the Eagles are gonna do anything this year.
I mean, this honestly, as of today, looks like Washington football teams division who would have thought that.
Who would have thought that at the beginning of the year that Dan Snyder's team was gonna win the NFC East? They have a defense in front that could get after the quarterback.
That is dangerous getting after the quarterback.
And Alex Smith is playing like Alex Smith from four years ago.
Holy crap, I would say the Giants have a shot, but Daniel Jones is out for a while due to injury.
So I don't know what in the world you expect from the Giants and the Cowboys can't Oh my good.
They couldn't beat the rug if it was hanging on a clothes line because they have no defense and they have no offensive line.
And that is a recipe for utter disaster in today's NFL.
Because you think, well, all you need a great passing game and you could do whatever Look, uh, Seattle.
Seattle at least makes plays on defense occasionally, and their offensive line isn't that bad.
Okay, it's bad, but it's not Dallas Cowboys bad.
It's not Cincinnati Bengals bad.
It's not Chicago bears bad, and I mean, when you have a bad offensive line, you need a quarterback like that Prescott to make plays, so because he could extend plays.
That's why Russell Wilson's out there doing a great job because he could extend plays on a bad offensive line.
That's just how things work in the NFL.
You need an offensive line to do something.
Yeah, you need an incredibly top tier generational scrambling talent at quarterback.
The Eagles looked like they the Eagles look awful on offensive line today.
They they looked like they were halfway decent last week, and then this week they just look awful.
Carson Wentz couldn't even make a decision.
Half of his sax was because he didn't get rid of the football.
He sat there too long, and the other half they came up the middle on him.
Now there was one where I think the rafts blew the whistle a little early.
I thought that he had escaped the tackles, both of them quick enough to where they shouldn't have said, Um, you know, in the grasp.
But and even even when it was like what the world? Dude, I was out of it way before you even blew the whistle, and yet you blew the whistle.
That's Bs, and I agree with him.
That was BS because he had lots of room to run.
That's the only thing that he was going to do.
This game is run because he wasn't passing the ball worth a darn s o.
I got Washington went in this division easy with Alex Smith playing like he like he was four years ago, before he broke his leg.
And with that defensive line headed by Chase Young, um, the Seahawks.
They need to get better at play calling.
You shouldn't have tow line up in the first half of a game when you've got Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde.
You should not line up to throw the football all but eight place in the first half.
That's how many runs they had in the first half. Eight.
When you have Carlos Hyde and when you have Chris Carson, you should run the ball a lot more than that.
That will take pressure off of Russell Wilson and allow him a little bit more time in that pocket, where he doesn't have to scramble all the time and make quick decisions because, I mean the Eagles were just They had their ears pinned back, going after Russell almost every play because they knew he was dropping back to pass.
So I'm wondering Mawr and Mawr.
It's weird to say Pete Carroll's doing bad job, but he he sure as heck did.
Last game, Doug Peterson didn't didn't help matters either on his team.
Because how do you put? Like I said, how do you put Jalen hurts in for one play? He makes a positive play, and then you pull him and then you pull them.
Carson Wentz was cars.
Nathan Peterman Look better than Carson Wentz this week.
What That thinking? Okay.
Let that sink in.
Nathan Peterman look better than Carson Wentz.
Oh, my goodness.
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All right, I can't wait.
We got the Ravens Steelers game coming up Wednesday, I guess not today.
So I'm gonna be watching that game.
Um, might even throw out some someplace here and there.
I'll definitely put a report on it on Thursday.
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