Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford was at a loss for answers following his team’s 20-10 loss to the Cowboys.
Bradford went 23-of-37 passing for 224 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions--including one in the end zone--but that doesn’t really do justice to how out of sorts the Eagles offense looked. They had just one first down at halftime, and scored all their points in the fourth quarter. They could only manage 10 points on a day when the Cowboys set a franchise record with 18 penalties.
“I’m not sure,” Bradford said of the offense, per CSN Philly. “I’m going to have to get back to work on Tuesday, look at the tape, see what went wrong, see what I need to correct. I think it is fixable, I don’t think it’s anything major. It’s probably just sharpening up a couple of the finer details.”
The Eagles are now 0-2 behind their new-look offense, led by college teammates Bradford and DeMarco Murray. Murray didn’t have a great night either, going for two yards on 13 carries.
“Tonight was pretty tough,” Bradford said. “The biggest thing as an offense is you just have to establish a rhythm. When you go three-and-out, three-and-out, three-and-out--you’re not converting on third down, you’re not giving yourself a chance to convert on third down because you’re in third-and-long--it’s just tough.”