Eagles defense gives up a game-winning drive to Drew Lock's Seahawk

The Eagles' defense started Monday night's game well for 58 minutes. However, they can't hide a surprising weak secondary this season.

Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock led a 92-yard game-winning drive against the Eagles. Most of the game, DK Metcalf was limited.

Lock scored on third-and-10 with a 29-yard pass to rookie Jaxon Smith-Njigba. The Seattle Seahawks won 20-17 to stay in the NFC playoff race at 7-7.

In the last two minutes, all season-long issues returned. Credit Lock, the backup who replaced Geno Smith and made crucial throws for the Seahawks. 

The defense benefited from the Eagles' nearly half-hour possession. Jalen Hurts may have been exhausted. 

The first half saw Philadelphia score on an 8-minute, 29-second drive and a field goal on an 8:26 drive. 

A questionable false start penalty by Eagles center Jason Kelce on third-and-1 could have ended the field goal drive. 

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