With the exception of the constant downpour, the conditions seemed favorable Sunday for a turnaround game from Carson Wentz.

With the return of left guard Isaac Seumalo, the Eagles’ offensive line was as healthy as it had been since the beginning of the season.

The Eagles also seemed to catch a break earlier in the week when Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, the league’s best pass rusher, was placed on the team’s reserve/COVID-19 list.

Wentz, who had been sacked a league-high 35 times and had been under pressure on nearly 40% of his dropbacks in the first nine games, might actually get some time to throw.

Wentz was sacked five more times in the Eagles’ 22-17 loss, including four times on third down, and once in the end zone for a safety. He threw two more interceptions, bringing his season turnover count to 18 (14 interceptions, four lost fumbles).

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