After a week off to prepare for a two-win team, the Eagles came out and disappointed everyone with a poor performance in Week 10. The only good performances in this game were individual efforts; in all three phases of the game, the Eagles failed to deliver. Let's peek at the individuals who stood out, both positively and negatively.
Best Grade: TE Richard Rodgers, 93.9
One person who has personified the "next man up" mentality, a philosophy that has been associated with the Eagles since 2017, is Richard Rodgers. Stepping in as the Eagles have been without one or both of their top tight ends for multiple weeks, Rodgers has been solid the entire time. He was by far the best receiver on the team Sunday with his 93.9 rating, but will more than likely see a decrease in reps as Zach Ertz is on track to return week 11.
Worst Grade: WR Travis Fulgham, 49.4
After being one of the top receivers in the league since Week 4, Travis Fulgham finally turned in a bad game; he produced a game befitting of a practice squad receiver from ODU. catching one pass on four targets. Fulgham was an absolute non-factor against the Giants.
Best Grade: LB Alex Singleton 79.8
This is not a good thing. Singleton's 79.8 is the lowest grade given to the best Eagles defender this season. It is, however, better than Nathan Gerry, so that's something.
Worst Grade: CB Cre'von LeBlanc, 37.9
LeBlanc is making his 3rd appearance at the bottom of this list and is putting up his case for the worst defensive player award. Almost every time he's in the game something bad happens; it's not always his fault, but it's still not ideal.
Either Jalen Hurts needs more playing time or no playing time, I still can't tell. He ran for -1 yards on two carries (53.9 run grade) but at the same time, the defense can almost always expect a run when he's on the field. A true poor man's Taysom Hill.
Alshon Jeffery, in his season debut, saw 18 snaps and one target. PFF believes he was average in his route running (52.5) but it's interesting that he was on the field so often and his biggest impact was in run blocking (82.5).