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Eagles announce Justice, Samuel out for Sunday

Posted on: December 11, 2010 12:13 pm
Posted by Will Brinson

The Eagles announced that Asante Samuel and Winston Justice wouldn't travel with the team to Dallas for their game Sunday.

Both had been "questionable" and/or "day-to-day," so this news just confirms that they're not playing.

Samuel's absence is pretty critical -- the Eagles have struggled mightily in pass defense when he's been out. Although they're 2-1 without Samuel, they allowed Jay Cutler to toss four touchdowns and 247 yards, Matt Schaub to lob up 337 yards and two teeters and even Alex Smith got the better of them, posting 309 yards and three touchdowns back in Week 6.

Losing Justice hurts too, as the Eagles, as even though they're a top five team in rushing yards per game, need as much protection for Michael Vick from would-be tacklers and rib-breakers as they can possibly get.

This wouldn't be a big problem against Wade Phillips' roll-over-and-play-dead Cowboys, but given the way the team Dallas has played since Jason Garrett took over and these personnel absences, the Eagles have a legitimate concern that Dallas could wreck their season two years in a row.

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