Rookie Nick Foles will try to end the Eagles woes Sunday, as Philly travels to the Nations Capital to take on Robert Griffin III and the Redskins in a NFC East battle.
Philadelphia (3-6) and Washington (3-6) have a rivalry that dates back to 1934, with the Redskins holding the all-time advantage at 79-70-5.
Last Sunday the Eagles lost to the Cowboys 38-23, pushing the Philly losing streak to five games – the longest in 14 seasons under head coach Andy Reid, who is seven games away from having to look for a new job.
QB Foles may be the Eagles’ quarterback of the future, but Reid – under pressure from owner Jeffrey Lurie since the start of the season – may not be a part of it. Philadelphia is underachieving again, and on the verge of its first six-game slide in a single season since concluding 1994 by dropping seven in a row.
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