What’s the worst NFL pass offense in history?

The worst pass offense ever?

Nope.

But it’s not quite as bad as it sounds.

A new study has revealed that the worst passing offenses in NFL history have never been as bad or worse as the Eagles have been in recent years.

The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, is based on the following seven passing offenses:The Eagles have played in the NFL since 1982, but they haven’t had a winning season since 2005.

The Eagles haven’t been a playoff team since the 2009 season, and they haven.

Their passing game has been a constant issue in the league for the last two decades.

They’ve ranked in the top 20 in points per game just twice.

In the last 20 years, they’ve been ranked 10th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 17th, and 16th.

And they’re only getting worse.

According to the study, the Eagles are now 30th in passing efficiency, 28th in yards per attempt, and 31st in points allowed per attempt.

The Eagles are not the only team that’s suffered a dropoff in production.

The Colts have been awful, as have the Seahawks, Cowboys, and Cowboys.

While the Eagles don’t have the record of the Colts, they’re still in the bottom three in points scored per game, and fourth in yards scored per attempt (they’re last in the AFC South).

In short, the Seahawks and Cowboys have been the worst teams in NFL History.

The Seahawks, of course, have won more games than any other team in NFL playoff history.

They’ve won three Super Bowls, and the last one was in 2014.

The Cowboys have won the Super Bowl more than any team in history, and have won nine straight.

They’ve won the last three Superbowls, including a franchise-record five consecutive from 2006 to 2009.

Even though the Eagles and Cowboys are in the middle of a playoff drought, they are the only two teams in history to have lost their first four playoff games, and then not win their next three games.

The worst of the worst?

The Packers, who haven’t won a game since 1979.

If the Packers have a bad game against the Eagles, they’d be tied for first in NFL postseason history.

So how bad are the Eagles?

According the study’s research, the team’s offensive efficiency has fallen from 1st in 2008 to 11th in 2016, and their yards per pass attempt fell from 4th to 29th.

The Eagles have the NFL’s second-worst rushing efficiency, and only the Cowboys have more interceptions than touchdowns.

The offense’s yards per play has dropped from the NFL average of 11.6 yards per drive to a league-low of 7.7.

Meanwhile, the passing efficiency has dropped significantly.

The most recent Eagles game was in 2010, and when they were on the losing side of a Super Bowl.

Since then, they haven of course won four Super Bowl titles.

This study has been made possible through generous donations from the American Heart Association.

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