Just when it looked like this Iggles team had turned the corner for the better in 2012, we dropped the ball...literally.
Turnovers cost the Eagles a chance for a second straight victory on Thursday night. They committed five turnovers, including four in the second half, during a 34-13 loss to Cincinnati at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Eagles led 13-10 at halftime, but gave the game away via an interception and three fumbles in a span of 3 minutes, 23 seconds in the second half.
The Bengals took advantage of the miscues - an interception from rookie quarterback Nick Foles and fumbles from rookie running back Bryce Brown, tight end Clay Harbor and defensive tackle Cedric Thornton (on a kickoff return) - to score 24 straight points.
The Bengals took the lead for good with 1:10 left in the third quarter on quarterback Andy Dalton's 11-yard touchdown scramble. Foles set up the TD with an interception - his first in four games - to Bengals cor...