Should the Philadelphia Eagles be concerned after Sunday’s loss?

It took nearly three months, but the Philadelphia Eagles finally lost their second game of the season last Sunday night.  The defeat came at the hands of a very good Seattle Seahawks team in arguably the toughest environment for opposing teams to play.  However this was a huge test for the Eagles, as up to this point in the season, they have only beaten one team with a record better than .500.  Many people believed that the Eagles would perform similarly in the playoffs as they did against the Seahawks and after the disappointing result are now lowering their expectations.  Lets go through this game and look into why this result doesn’t necessarily mean the Eagles are doomed come playoff time.
Lets start with head coach Doug Pederson.  In his about year and a half as the head coach of the Eagles, he has never been shy about going for it on fourth down or attempting risky two point conversions.  Yet on Sunday night, there were a couple of times in the first half where Pederson got conservative and elected not

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