Eagles Named Best & Worst Of Week 13

SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 1: Vince Young #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles before the game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field December 1, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. Seattle won 34-14. (Photo by Jay Drowns/Getty Images)

Every week, Football Outsiders highlight their three best and three worst performances of the week. Two Eagles made the lists this week; one good, one bad. LeSean McCoy, predictably, was good.

McCoy ran the ball 17 times against Seattle, and the Eagles threw to him on five other plays. McCoy gained 133 yards on those 22 plays. He finished with six plays for 10 yards or more and gained 11 first downs, including a pair of touchdowns.

Vince Young, as you might guess, was bad.

Young wasn't the worst quarterback of the week, but we've already said enough about Hanie. Young dropped back to pass 31 times against Seattle and picked up only 10 first downs. Meanwhile, he was sacked twice and threw four interceptions. Aside from a 47-yard completion to Riley Cooper, Young averaged fewer than 6 yards per pass. His third-down performance was particularly brutal: 2-for-7 passing, 13 yards, one first down (a 2-yard touchdown) and an interception.

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