Chip Kelly - C+
Starting off with the head coach again. He wanted to go faster. But since the Eagles failed to convert many 3rd downs, the Chargers were able to take advantage of this. The Chargers had the ball for 40 minutes. That's two thirds of the game for those mathematically challenged. The Eagles were able to move the ball on some drives, but the failure on a few key plays cost the Eagles valuable clock time.
DeSean Jackson - B-
About a combined 18 inches away from being an A+ and a much happier city of Philadelphia. DeSean nearly, and I mean nearly, had an enormous game with 3 touchdowns. One was called back by a penalty on Lane Johnson, which really had no impact on the play itself, and the others were just off of his finger tips. A penalty after Vick's rushing touchdown also led to a very costly turn of events. Jackson was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after the score, and the kick was pushed back 15 yards. On the return, the Chargers fumbled, then picked the ball up another 20 yards down field and Rivers was starting in Eagles territory. Overall, Jackson had a good game, but it was could have been much better.
Michael Vick - B
No turnovers once again, this will always get Vick points in my grading system. Vick was 24/37 for a career high 428 yards and two passing touchdowns and one rushing. He missed on a few passes, but did make some excellent reads in the running game. He really can run the read option beautifully. Vick played very well, but when it mattered, those throws to Jackson, if on the money, win the game.
Offensive Line - B-
Not as good as last week. In the case of providing pass protection, they were excellent, only letting Vick get sacked once. But a costly penalty on Lane Johnson called back a Touchdown from Vick to Jackson. He wasn't lined up on the line of scrimmage, which is mind boggling to me and the Eagles settled for a field goal instead of the touchdown.
Zach Ertz - A-
The rookie tight end made two terrific grabs for 58 yards and looked very good. I have high hopes for Ertz as this season rolls on.
LeSean McCoy - B+
Shady was mostly quiet this game, and got the ball way fewer times than he did Monday. He had an excellent reception that took the birds down inside the twenty, but because the Eagles never had the ball on offense, Shady could not produce like he did last week.
Cary Williams - D
What a complete opposite performance from last week. Williams must have either forgot how to cover, or was winded the whole game that he had to hold all of his receivers. He committed three pass interference penalties that was an absolute disgrace. If Cary Williams demands the respect that he received after the Washington game, then he better not play like he did yesterday.
Trent Cole - B
Trent Cole is really enjoying his new role as an outside linebacker, but his inability to get around KING DUNLAP, yes KING DUNLAP! Is the reason he doesn't get an A this week. I mean the former laughing stock of the Eagles O-Line protected Philip Rivers like a stone wall.
Patrick Chung - C
Same grade at last week. Chung, along with the rest of the secondary played absolutely terrible this week. Chung committed a defensive holding on a third down that extended the drive for the Chargers. The pass wasn't even to Chung's receiver! Inexcusable, and ultimately costly mistakes.
Brandon Boykin - B
For a non-starter, filling in for Bradley Fletcher, Boykin did not do all that bad. He stepped up, knowing that he was needed. He made a few bad reads on some routes, and gave up some passes, and looked a little lost at the same time. But his goal line strip of Antonio Gates prevented a Chargers score and caused Gates' first fumble in 5 years.
D-Line - C-
Zero pressure. Rivers had all the time in the world on Sunday to throw the ball. Their inability to get any pressure into the backfield allowed Rivers to sit and wait for his receivers to get open.
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