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Eagles fan confidence was at a season-low 34% heading into Philadelphia’s big Week 7 matchup against Dallas Cowboys. The Eagles then lost to the Cowboys in embarrassing fashion. In addition, numerous off-field issues have popped up.
It’s no surprise, then, that the Eagles have hit a new low. Fan confidence have dropped to 7%. Only Washington (1%) and the Atlanta Falcons (0%) finished lower.
The Eagles could easily drop to 0% if they fail to beat the Bills this weekend.
Speaking of Buffalo, they have the eighth most confident fans heading into this week. The Bills actually saw a slight decrease after needing a comeback effort to beat the winless Miami Dolphins at home.
Elsewhere in the NFC East, Cowboys fans are sure feeling a lot better. You unironically do hate to see this.
The New York Giants dropped from 66% to 24% now that they’re 2-5 and Daniel Jones is struggling.
Washington continues to have one of the saddest FanPulse graphics.
Two national FanPulse questions this week!
The first one is about the state of officiating:
I really don’t think fans are ever going to feel like refs are doing an amazing job. But the extent of dissatisfaction here clearly shows fans have a problem with the NFL’s product. It’d sure be nice if they at least took some measures to address that. Full-time refs, anyone?
The second poll was about the best football movie.
I would’ve voted for RTT as well.