"I think they miss him tremendously," Sherman said of the current Redskins receiver. "He was an incredible threat -- still a threat in this league. You can tell by things he's doing out there in Washington."
Still, there's no denying Philly's big-play ability. After leading the league last season in throws of 20-plus and 40-plus yards, the Eagles this year rank second in passes of 20-plus yards (52) and sixth on lobs beyond 40 yards (10).
The Eagles have proven all season that they can aggressively move the ball. It's just that nobody's doing that against Seattle's defense right now.