The rise and fall of the 2020 Philadelphia Eagles: As told by The Office

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – OCTOBER 18: Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Jalen Hurts (2) and Quarterback Carson Wentz (11) stand together in the backfield in the first half during the game between the Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles on October 18, 2020 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. (Photo by Kyle Ross/Icon Sportswire)

The past few days, weeks, months have been more stressful than a hermit crab looking for a new house. If you’re familiar with my (very funny) Twitter account, you know I’m one to share The Office videos to describe certain Eagles situations. So I got to thinking:

Could The Office accurately describe some of the big moments of the 2020 Eagles?

I think I found some scenes that adequately describe what transcribed from March 2020 to the present day. Let me know what you think and I hope this has given you a (albeit small) break from the chaos that is the Philadelphia Eagles.

The trade for Darius Slay

Eagles fans’ reaction:

Jalen Hurts is drafted


DeSean Jackson comes back for week one


Everyone gets hurt

#47 tries to defend anyone

Gerry prior to the Claypool play


Eagles starting Jamon Brown

Doug’s playcalling philosophy

Wentz gets benched

Hurts’ first start

Dorsey comes in

Sudfeld comes in for Hurts

Giants fans:

The offensive product from “all the cooks in the kitchen”

Doug’s final days

Doug taking “year off”

The Youth Movement

Trade Rumors

Trade Discussions

Sirianni’s Press Conference

How it went:

How people wanted it to go:

Wentz’s continued silence

First meeting between Wentz and Sirianni

The ever-changing timeline of a Wentz trade

Wentz finds out he’s traded


The Cap Space

Howie thinking all his 2020 moves would lead to a successful season

Doug every week with Eagles media

Eagles Fans at the end/start of every season:

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