Philadelphia has seen this script before it went on a magical playoff run.
Questions at the quarterback position, injuries and many pundits viewing other NFC teams as better than its own squad.
Before the year started, many experts thought the Eagles were loaded on both sides of the ball and were poised to return to the playoffs in a dominant fashion.
Well, they did make it to the tournament, by claiming the NFC East, by far the worst division in the NFL this season.
In 2019, the Eagles trailed the Dallas Cowboys for most of the year in the standings, and quarterback Carson Wentz seemed shaky being the signal-caller for Philadelphia.
But in the latter portion of the season, Philadelphia put together a nice rally by winning its final four games to win the division at (9-7) and the No. 4 seed in the NFC.
Their most important win came in Week 16 at home against the Cowboys, where the Eagles clawed for a 17-9 victory and essentially eliminating Dallas from the playoffs.
The Eagles face the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Wild Card Playoff on Sunday at 3:40 p.m., and Philadelphia may be simply outmatched like it was in Week 12 against Seattle.
The Seahawks marched into Lincoln Financial Field and won 17-9, and after their narrow defeat to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 17, they should be able to win comfortably over the Eagles.