By the Numbers: Eagles Lose to Redskins, 27-20

In what almost certainly was coach Andy Reid’s final home game, the Eagles gave their best shot but came up short against the Washington Redskins in Sunday's 27-20 loss at Lincoln Financial Field.

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In what almost certainly was coach Andy Reid’s final home game, the Eagles gave their best shot but came up short against the Washington Redskins in Sunday's 27-20 loss at Lincoln Financial Field.
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Jeremy Maclin had eight catches for 115 yards and a touchdown. He also became the fastest Eagle to 150 career receptions.
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Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie didn’t make any standout plays, especially against Pierre Garcon, who had seven catches for 89 yards.
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Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox left in the second half with a concussion. By NFL rule, he wasn’t permitted to return.
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Robert Griffin III #10 of the Washington Redskins throws a pass against Eagles. He was 16 for 24 for 198 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
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Colt Anderson runs up field after catching an interception thrown by Robert Griffin III during the second half.
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Bryce Brown only ran for 18 yards on four carries.
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LeSean McCoy finished with 45 yards on 13 carries.
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Eagles Dion Lewis runs for touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Redskins
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Nick Foles remains difficult to pinpoint as far as his capability to be a long-term answer at starting quarterback. He passed for 345 yards and threw a touchdown but was under heavy duress for most of the game. Whether or not he’ll be the man next year is a decision left for the next head coach.
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