To put it mildly, the fourth quarter hasn't been kind to the Eagles defense. There was the Giants game, where they gave up 38 points and over 500 yards of offenseùincluding two 60-yard-plus passing touchdowns, and there was the Broncos game, where they gave up 20 second-half points and needed a ridiculous interception by Asante Samuel to keep that total from growing. Sure, they were in a couple tight spots in the second half, but after dominating the first, they looked terrible. And then there was the Dallas debacle. At least they had a good three-sack, three-pick effort against San Francisco that, outside of an apparently sleepwalked-through third quarter, was quite a show. However, it was the only time this year that the Eagles allowed a 100-yard rusher. See what I mean? Even in victo ...
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