Eagles Vs. Seahawks Live: Highlights and Analysis From NFL Week 12 Game

The Eagles committed five turnovers for the first time since 2013, didn't score a touchdown until the final 20 seconds when it didn't matter and just sputtered their way to a 5-6 record

What to Know

  • The Eagles suffered their second straight lifeless home loss Sunday, dropping a 17-9 decision to the Seahawks at the Linc.
  • The Eagles committed five turnovers for the first time since 2013 and didn't score a touchdown until the final 20 seconds.
  • The loss drops the Eagles to a 5-6 record.

4:13 p.m.: That was ugly. 

The Eagles were missing a bunch of offensive starters, but even that doesn't excuse how poorly the Eagles played on Sunday. Carson Wentz had arguably his worst professional game, Doug Pederson called a poor game and the Eagles turned the ball over five times. The Eagles scored their touchdown in garbage time. 

Final: Seahawks 17, Eagles 9 

3:56 p.m.: Carson Wentz throws his second INT of the day and fans are now filing out of Lincoln Financial Field. A terrible performance from No. 11. 

The Eagles are going to fall to 5-6 with five games left to play. 

3:27 p.m.: Welp. That'll just about do it here from South Philadelphia. I know there's 11:56 left, but Rashaad Penny just ran for a 58-yard touchdown to extend the lead. Penny reached 20.78 mph on that run. 

In the fourth: Seahawks 17, Eagles 3 

3:17 p.m.: Carson Wentz just left the blue medical tent and jogged into the tunnel. (He returned.) 

After 3: Seahawks 10, Eagles 3 

3:06 p.m.: Big INT from Rodney McLeod after a PBU from Ronald Darby on 3rd-and-a mile. This is somehow still a one-score game, but the offense needs to do something. 

3 p.m.: Yikes. 

This isn't going well. 

The Eagles had a drive going and they fumbled the ball away. This time, there was a delayed handoff to Miles Sanders. He didn't seem quite ready for it. The play call was very questionable and Big V let Shaquem into the backfield without hesitation. The Eagles' offense is beyond broken. 

2:49 p.m.: The Eagles' offensive line has a new look. Andre Dillard appears to have been benched. He's on the sideline to start the second half and the Eagles haven't announced an injury. Dillard was trying to play right tackle, a position he's never played before. 

2:29 p.m.: Well … this isn't going well. 

There were plenty of boos as Carson Wentz and the Eagles' offense left the field at halftime down 10-3. Really a terrible half for Wentz, who has just been off. Now, the Eagles are without many starters on offense and Brandon Brooks left too, but the Eagles need to be better. And it starts with Wentz. 

Wentz's first half stats: 10/16, 62 yards, 1 INT, 1 lost fumble, 44.3 rating

The Eagles are also lucky. The Seahawks had two easy touchdowns and Russell Wilson overthrew his receiver on one and D.K. Metcalf dropped another. 

A bunch has gone wrong, but the Eagles are down one score. 

At half: Seahawks 10, Eagles 3 

1:57 p.m.: The Eagles just lucked out a little bit as Russell Wilson missed a wide open man for what should have been a touchdown on 3rd-and-goal. He just sailed it. But the Seahawks get a field goal. The Eagles gave up two third downs earlier on the drive. 

With as bad as things have gone for the Eagles so far, they're down a touchdown. 

Still 7:13 left in the second: Seahawks 10, Eagles 3 

1:50 p.m.: The Eagles had a little drive going but Wentz was picked off after he threw a pass off his back foot. It was a bad throw, but there was some pressure in his face. Earlier on the drive, he fumbled but it was negated by a defensive holding. 

1:38 p.m.: Carson Wentz fumbled, but the Eagles' defense held the Seahawks on the ensuing drive. 

Brandon Brooks is out of the game right now, which means Big V is in at RG. 

1:25 p.m.: The Eagles just got burnt by a trick play for the second straight week. This time, Russell Wilson pitched the ball to Chris Carson, who tossed it back to Wilson. Then Wilson dropped a dime to Malik Turner in the end zone for a 33-yard touchdown. 

Seahawks take a lead. 

Still 5:54 left in the first quarter: Seahawks 7, Eagles 3 

1:18 p.m.: The Eagles take an early lead on a 28-yard Jake Elliott field goal. Elliott is now 14-for-14 on the season. The Eagles got the ball on the Seahawks' 43-yard line after a bad punt, but their drive stalled in the red zone. Carson Wentz had a bad overthrow on third down to Miles Sanders, but the play likely wouldn't have gone anywhere even if Sanders caught the ball. 

Greg Ward Jr. made his first-career catch on the drive. 

Still 7:29 left in the first: Eagles 3, Seahawks 0

1:07 p.m.: The Eagles went 3-and-out on their first possession. Carson Wentz threw behind Zach Ertz on third down. But the Eagles forced a 3-and-out on the Seahawks' first drive. 

12:27 p.m.: A few scenes from pregame warmups: 

11:36 a.m.: The Eagles will be without four offensive starters today, but at least the Seahawks are without Jadeveon Clowney. 

Complete list of Eagles' inactives: 

Lane Johnson (concussion) 
Jordan Howard (shoulder)
Nelson Agholor (knee) 
Alshon Jeffery (ankle) 
Nate Herbig 
Shareef Miller
Nate Sudfeld 

11:16 a.m.: Carson Wentz won't have much help today. He'll need to have a big game to win against the Seahawks despite all that. 

9:54 a.m.: I have arrived to Lincoln Financial Field. It's not raining now, but it's a very overcast day. 

8:10 a.m.: It looks like the Seahawks will have Jadeveon Clowney for this game, but he probably won't be anywhere near 100 percent. 

Expect to see a lot of Clowney on Andre Dillard at right tackle. 

8:02 a.m.: Good morning, everyone, and happy game day! 

We do have some news to start off your Sunday morning. Very early this morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter offered this update on the Eagles' health situation: 

All three of those players were listed as questionable. Howard still hasn't been cleared for contact and he obviously can't play until he is. Agholor's knee was apparently getting better but he missed practice all week. Expect recently brought up Greg Ward to play in his place. 

Jeffery was a limited participant in practice all week. 

This means the Eagles, already without Lane Johnson, will likely be down another couple offensive starters. 

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