- Rollins would approve trade to the Dodgers
- Hoyer expected to leave in free agency
- Marshall has two broken ribs
- Browns not going to Manziel just yet
- Brodeur signs one-year deal with Blues
- Mathieu needs thumb surgery
- Pettine kills West for fumble
- Browns rule out Cameron…again
- Bradley on Bortles: “We expect more”
- Lester to visit Cardinals next week
Brown has bad game wrapped up in good game
- Updated: November 27, 2012
The Philadelphia Eagles are an unmitigated mess. They stunk when they were healthy, and now the entire offensive line not named Evan Mathis is hurt, their starting tailback is hurt and their starting QB is out too.
Did I mention that they were 3-7 headed into this Monday night game against the Carolina Panthers and riding a hot streak of a six-game losing skid?
It was certainly no surprise when the Eagles lost to the Panthers 30-22. Yes, the Panthers blow, but the Eagles are legitimately one of the worst teams in the league.
However, there was one bright spot for the Eagles…sorta. Rookie 7th-round pick Bryce Brown busted out for a huge game, rushing 19 times for 178 yards and two touchdowns. It was an Eagles rookie rushing record. I should say that it “is” an Eagles rookie rushing record.
His performance would have been absolutely stellar had he not fumbled the ball twice. Yeah, you can’t do that.
So, while Brown showed flashes of being a great back, he also showed that if he doesn’t hold on to the ball, no one cares how great of a runner he is. He simply won’t play and I don’t care who the coach is.