RUSHING OFFENSE: The Eagles only ran the ball 16 times for 45 yards. DeMarco Murray had his first rushing TD since Week 9, but fumbled a pitch that was returned for a touchdown.
PASSING OFFENSE: Sam Bradford threw for 380 yards, but his receivers let him down in a big way, dropping at least nine passes. Tight end Zach Ertz, who had two of the drops, also had a fumble. Bradford's protection also was bad. He was sacked five times.
RUN DEFENSE: The Eagles did a good job on Redskins running back Alfred Morris, holding him to 2.9 yards per carry. Just four of Washington's 25 first downs came on the ground
PASS DEFENSE: The Eagles did a reasonably good job on the Redskins' wideouts, including DeSean Jackson. But they gave up 208 yards and 3 TDs to Washington's tight ends and running backs. Their inside linebackers and safeties did not play well.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Josh Huff had a 49-yard kickoff return, but the Redskins didn't give PR Darren Sproles any running room. He had just two returns for no yards. The Eagles' coverage units turned in another good performance. Caleb Sturgis made his only FG attempt and had touchbacks on three of his four kickoffs.
OVERALL: Drop after drop after drop by the receivers. Two costly fumbles. Poor pass protection. A missing-in-action pass rush. And four more touchdown passes given up. The question isn't what needs fixing this offseason. The question is what doesn't?