- USC upends No. 4 Stanford in Pac-12 semis
- Ducks down No. 3 Arizona to win 7th straight
- Florida routs Kentucky to finish 18-0 in SEC
- Duke’s late free throws cap rally past UNC
- E. Kentucky upends Belmont for NCAA bid
- Parker’s career-high 30 lead Duke by UNC
- No. 10 SDSU finishes 16-point rally vs. UNM
- Creighton’s McDermott goes over 3K in win
- Morgan steps up as Michigan dashes Indiana
- Illini’s last-second 3-pointer jolts Hawkeyes
Philadelphia Eagles lose 8th in a row
- Updated: December 3, 2012
The Philadelphia Eagles led after the first quarter for the first time all season, and led after the second and third quarters as well. They scored on four consecutive drives at one point, and there was even a 98-yard punt return.
Rookie running back Bryce Brown had another big night, with 169 yards and two more touchdowns.
And the result was the same for Andy Reid and the Eagles.
Philadelphia’s slide reached eight games with a 38-33 loss at Dallas on Sunday night.
It’s the Eagles’ longest losing streak since they dropped 11 in a row during the 1970 season. It’s twice as long as any other losing streak during Reid’s 14 seasons in Philadelphia (3-9).