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Topic - Sean Mcdermott
Two weeks ago, the Philadelphia Eagles had the NFL's No. 27 run defense and faced a stretch of games against three Pro Bowl running backs _ San Francisco's Frank Gore, Atlanta's Michael Turner and Tennessee's Chris Johnson.
Moise Fokou never received an explanation as to why he lost his starting job. So, when it was given back to him, he certainly didn't ask for one in return.
Generally, getting benched means a huge blow to the ego, a drastic reduction in playing time and a view from the sideline. For Juqua Parker, getting benched has meant the best start of his career.
"This guy is special," McDermott said.
"It's a credit to the coaches and the players and what they have done with the backs that we've faced," defensive coordinator Sean McDermott said Thursday before practice. "There's been some quality backs, but we've done a good job."