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How Former Eagles Fared in Week 11

The Eagles took yet another loss this past weekend against the Cleveland Browns, falling to 3-6-1 on the season. They are only leading the NFC East because of their tie, as the other three divisional rivals each have 3-7 records. The Birds don't have much margin for error now if they still want to win the division, they'll have to turn things around, and fast. Instead of dwelling on their issues and terrible play, this article will take a look at former Eagles across the league and their individual performances from Week 11.

Nelson Agholor

Agholor is continuing to show that he is capable of being a reliable target for an NFL team. The Agholor we are seeing in 2020 is not the same player Eagles fans were familiar with. This past weekend was a great bounce-back game for Agholor since he only had one catch for eight yards in Week 10. He led the Raiders in targets with nine and finished the game with six receptions for 88 yards and a touchdown. So far this season, Agholor has 24 receptions for 443 yards and six touchdowns. He'll be getting a pretty nice contract this offseason from the Raiders or another team who wants his reliable services.

Trey Burton

Burton is not a big name, but he continues to show that he can make something happen when he is on the field. He isn’t the Colts' go-to receiver, but he does have the team’s 4th-most targets. He is even further down the Colts list in receiving yards at 8th overall. With that being said, Burton has been able to capitalize on his opportunities. In Week 11 he was targeted five times and had two receptions for 25 yards and a touchdown.

Ronald Darby

Darby has a Super Bowl ring to show from his time in the city of brotherly love, but he wasn't a shutdown corner nor a ballhawk in his time here. He is now in a starting role for the Washington Football Team, and he played well in Week 11 against the Cincinnati Bengals. He finished the game with six total tackles and led his team with five solo tackles. He also had the most passes defended in the game with four. Performances like this are why the Washington Football Team has been able to stay in the hunt for the NFC East title.


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