The Eagles season came to a merciful end Sunday night in embarrassing fashion. With draft position being the only thing at stake, the Birds opted to rely heavily on unproven young players and that reliance only worsened as their 20-14 loss to the Washington Football Team wore on. Jalen Hurts was eventually benched in favor of third-string quarterback Nate Sudfeld, who struggled to generate much offensive production and turned the ball over twice. The defense played Rudy Ford, a safety, at cornerback all game and decisions to go for it on fourth-down oftentimes didn’t line up with either conventional wisdom or analytical recommendations. The Eagles will finish this season 4-11-1 and will pick sixth in the NFL draft, putting an end to a year that will likely be remembered as the season everything fell apart for Carson Wentz. It’s expected to be Jim Schwartz’s last game as the team’s defensive coordinator, and more coaching changes should follow. It might also have been the last game in Eagles’ green for players like Zach Ertz, Jason Kelce, and Brandon Graham.