Judy Battista, The New York Times:
Another victim of the lockout: the Philadelphia Eagles, who might have looked a lot more the way they did Sunday night if their off-season haul of free agents had been able to work together during a normal season. Instead, it has taken nearly two months for the Eagles to find the form that was expected of them.
Rob Maaddi, Associated Press:
It took time for the new guys to get acclimated and returning players also had to adjust to a new defensive coordinator and new offensive line coach without benefit of minicamps because of the lockout.
Nick Fierro, The Morning Call:
Watching how the Philadelphia Eagles pulled together vs. Dallas Sunday night, Washington two weeks earlier and the second half of the Buffalo game a week before that, it’s not hard to conclude that they’re now where they thought they’d be going into the season had they not been locked out all summer.