The Philadelphia Eagles are on the road in week 13 to take on the Seattle Seahawks tonight at the CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA. After last week's loss to the New England Patriots, the Eagles are trying to prove they're still in the NFC East playoff picture.
So far, all they've proven is they can't find the end zone.
After winning the coin toss, the Seahawks weren't able to get anything going on their opening drive. The Eagles took over at the 12:38 mark -- and proceeded to give the ball right back to the home team.
That's because quarterback Vince Young went deep for wide receiver DeSean Jackson, except he found Seattle's Kam Chancellor instead. The Seahawks were able to capitalize on the mistake and drive 65 yards across five plays to make it a seven-nothing game.
Seattle has now scored to open the second quarter making it 14-0.