Doug Pederson

DOWN - The Eagles coach didn't have his team ready to play. There's no other way to look at it. Pederson has four games to show that the players are still giving full effort for him.

Jim Schwartz

DOWN - His defense, for the most part, has been brutally bad on the road. Schwartz can't go out there and play for his unit, but almost nothing he called worked. He'll answer for his play calling in three days.

Carson Wentz

DOWN - He's already had a few poor games, but Wentz hit the nadir on his season - so far - with a mistake-prone outing. Downfield passes continue to sail on the rookie quarterback. It's a concern.

Eagles CBs

DOWN - Looking at the stat sheet alone, you might have thought the Eagles cornerbacks were charged with covering A.J. Green. But Leodis McKelvin, Nolan Carroll and Jalen Mills got toasted not only by decent receivers like Brandon Lafell and Tyler Boyd, but by some guys named Cody Core, James Wright and Alex Erickson.

Nigel Bradham

DOWN - You can maybe get away with one personal-foul penalty, but two? Bradham was flagged for a horse collar sideline tackle in the second half and then in the third for a late hit. The Eagles, in all, committed 10 penalties and had four personal fouls.

Zach Ertz

DOWN - He caught the Eagles' only touchdown, but what most will remember about Ertz's day was when he turtled up rather than block Vontaze Burfict on a Carson Wentz scramble. The tight end also took another false-start penalty.

Eagles D-line

DOWN - Brandon Graham's motor never sputtered, but the Eagles' pass rush was once again a nonfactor. Andy Dalton wasn't sacked once - the second straight game the Eagles failed to record a sack. They have only six over the last six games.

Eagles Safeties

DOWN - Rodney McLeod got off to a rough start and let Tyler Eifert get behind him for a 13-yard touchdown in the second. Malcolm Jenkins got beaten by Lafell for an 8-yard score in the third. And Jaylen Watkins was called for hitting a defenseless receiver and nullified what would have been one of the Eagles' few third-down stops.

Nelson Agholor

DOWN - He dressed after getting benched last week, but with Jordan Matthews sidelined with an ankle sprain, Agholor did little to compensate.

Paul Turner

UP - It took the rookie receiver only two weeks to have more receiving yards in a game than Agholor has had in 24 career games. Turner isn't a long-range answer, but he has earned the playing time.

Jeffrey Lurie and Howie Roseman

DOWN - Just a reminder on who is ultimately responsible for the Eagles' increasing failures this season.