The Eagles had two weeks to devise a master plan that would solve the mediocre Cowboys, but were instead pantsed last night in front of a national audience at Lincoln Financial Field despite being a heavy favorite that was effectively playing to save its season.

By a team that entered the night with an 0-4 road record. That was quarterbacked by this guy:

After a disastrous first half that was littered with mistakes, Eagles fans did what they are built to do:

And that’s exactly what they should have done after the offense managed only three points and the defense was worked on an inexcusable eight-play touchdown drive that spanned 75 yards in just 74 seconds near the end of the first half. 

Not so, says Peter King, who named Eagles fans his “Goat of the Week” in his Week 10 edition of Football Morning in America:

Eagles fans, Philadelphia. For booing the Eagles off the field at halftime in Week 10. It hasn’t been the season you’d want in Philly. And you’re losing to the Cowboys, toothlessly, 13-3. But booing the crap out of the team that delivered a stirring Super Bowl win nine months ago? Totally bush league.

Bush league?

I suppose King wanted a polite golf clap from the fans after watching their team’s offense fail to score in the opening quarter for the fourth time in five home games. Perhaps he felt last year’s champs were worthy of resounding cheers moments after watching Jim Schwartz’s defense concede a key 3rd and 15 (surprise!).

Clap your hands, everybody!

Last year was great and fans in this city should be forever grateful for it, but the reality is that 10 games into this season the 2018 Eagles are a team that’s best day thus far came during the bye week. There was a laundry list of goats on the Eagles side of things last night, none of which needed a ticket for entry, so get the hell out of here with that, man.