The 2020 season has not gone according to plan for the Philadelphia Eagles, and their Week 10 loss to the New York Giants was arguably a low point. Despite having a bye week to prepare for the divisional opponent they defeated just a couple of weeks ago, Doug Pederson's team fell by a score of 27-17. Carson Wentz completed 21 of 37 passes for 208 yards and zero touchdowns, while he struggled to establish a rapport with any of his wide receivers.
The Eagles have the sixth-worst offense in the league through Week 10, as they average just 331.8 yards per game. Wentz especially has had a tough season, as he has completed just 58.2 percent of his passes for 2,091 yards, 12 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Philly is hoping bringing back tight end Zach Ertz from injured reserve will light a fire under this struggling offense, and he recently told CBS Sports that he's optimistic about the Eagles' chances of turning this campaign around.
Ertz sat down with CBS Sports on Monday to discuss the Eagles' season thus far, and also to promote USAA's Salute To Service Virtual Lounge. The three-time Pro Bowler will be hosting an exclusive chalk talk for military members, veterans and their families on Tuesday, and it's something he described as "one of the best parts about being in the NFL."