Bryce Brown looked like a superstar against the Cowboys in Philadelphia's Week 13 loss, rushing 24 times for 169 yards and two touchdowns.
He added four catches for 14 yards. Brown was unstoppable for the second straight game, but just like Week 12, he committed a soft fumble that torpedoed the Eagles' hopes of winning. With Philly trailing 31-27 with 3:50 remaining, Brown plunged into the hole protecting the ball with only one hand. It was promptly poked out, and returned for a game-sealing fumble six by Morris Claiborne. It was a sobering capper to an otherwise eye-popping night. Brown possess rare speed and vision, and used it to reel off gains of 24, 10, 39, 20, 17, 10 and 13. He was lethal around the edge, and tough up the middle. He's not going to supplant one of the league's top backs in LeSean McCoy, but Brown will remain a huge part of the game-plan even once Shady returns. He's gained an absurd 372 yards on 51 touches the past two weeks.
Sun, Dec 2, 2012 11:59:00 PM