With Eagles' injuries piling up, they find themselves in trouble with the Packers next

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With Eagles' injuries piling up, they find themselves in trouble with the Packers next
With Eagles' injuries piling up, they find themselves in trouble with the Packers next

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer Close Follow on Twitter PHILADELPHIA -- The inability to capitalize on Malcolm Jenkins' blocked field goal attempt, and mistakes by players who needed to step up amid injuries, cost the Philadelphia Eagles in a 27-24 loss to the Detroit Lions, and has put the Super Bowl hopefuls in a precarious position heading into Thursday night's game at the Green Bay Packers. Jenkins set the Eagles (1-2) up at midfield with the block with under two minutes remaining, but the offense was unable to take advantage, their hopes dashed when QB Carson Wentz's deep ball to JJ Arcega-Whiteside resulted in an incompletion. Philadelphia has loads of talent, but early injuries have hit

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