Photos: By the Numbers: Cards Beat Eagles

Another game, another epic collapse for the Birds. The Eagles lost to the lowly Cardinals 21-17 at Lincoln Financial Field. The team is now 3-6 with their playoff hopes destroyed, barring a complete miracle.

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Another game, another epic collapse for the Birds. The Eagles lost to the lowly Cardinals 21-17 at Lincoln Financial Field. The team is now 3-6 with their playoff hopes destroyed, barring a complete miracle.
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Another game, another epic collapse for the Birds. The Eagles lost to the lowly Cardinals 21-17 at Lincoln Financial Field. The team is now 3-6 with their playoff hopes destroyed, barring a complete miracle.
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Michael Vick struggled in another average performance. He was 16/34 for 128 yards, throwing two interceptions and zero touchdowns. He also failed to lead his team to a victory in a final 4th quarter drive.
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Wide Receiver Steve Smith struggled as well. He drew boos from the crowd during a play late in the game after catching a pass from Vick. Rather than attempt to run for a few more yards for the first down, Smith appeared to give up on the play, dropping to the ground. He had five receptions for a total of 47 yards.
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Receiver Jeremy Maclin suffered both a shoulder and hamstring injury. In all he only had two receptions for six yards.
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It wasn't all doom and gloom for the Birds on Sunday. LeSean McCoy continued his stellar play this year, rushing for 81 yards on 14 carries and scoring a touchdown. It was his ninth straight game with at least one touchdown, a franchise record.
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The Birds were able to strike first in the 2nd quarter thanks to an interception by Asante Samuel. He ran it back for a 20-yard touchdown.
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The Eagles suffered another loss Sunday after cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie suffered an ankle injury at the beginning of the 3rd quarter.
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Cardinals kicker Jay Feely appeared to be the Eagles MVP early on. He missed two field goals in the first quarter.
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The Eagles didn't get the chance to face their former QB Kevin Kolb. Instead John Skelton got the start for the Cards, going 21/40 for 315 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions.
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The Eagles had no answer for superstar receiver Larry Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald had 7 receptions for 146 yards and two touchdowns.
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Four is the unlucky number for the Birds this year. With Sunday's loss to the Cards, the team has now blown four 4th quarter leads at home, an NFL record. They've also blown five 4th quarter leads overall, which ties an NFL record.
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