Eagles Rumors and Overreaction Monday: Fire Jim Schwartz, Travis Fulgham, NFC East Race After Week 5 Loss

Eagles Week 5 Overreactions recap the 38-29 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Eagles had their best offensive game of the year behind Carson Wentz and Travis Fulgham, but the Eagles defense gave up a season-high 38 points. Is Jim Schwartz to blame? Are the Eagles out of the NFC East race? Eagles Now host Thomas Mott breaks it all down on today’s video.

Eagles Rumors have fans calling for the team to fire DC Jim Schwartz. Schwartz and the Eagles defense struggled heavily in Week 5, as Chase Claypool exploded for 4 total touchdowns. Travis Fulgham emerged in Week 5, though, leaving some optimistic that the Eagles can right the ship.

The NFC East race is far from over after 5 weeks despite the Eagles’ 1-3-1 record. The Dallas Cowboys will have to adjust after losing Dak Prescott to a brutal injury, and the Eagles have a favorable schedule over the next 5 weeks.

Full list of Eagles Week 5 Overreactions:
- Blame Jim Schwartz for Week 5 loss?
- Is Travis Fulgham a star?
- No such thing as moral victories?
- Cowboys running away with the NFC East?

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