The Philadelphia Eagles returned to Minneapolis for the first time since hoisting the Lombardi Trophy almost two years ago. It didn’t go according to plan, as the Eagles were thumped by the Minnesota Vikings, 38-20, in a defeat that snapped a two-game winning streak and has the Birds heading to Dallas in a possible must-win ball game.

The Eagles were down 10-0 at the end of the first quarter after only running seven offensive plays. The Vikings would stretch the lead t0 24-3 in the second quarter. The Eagles woke up eventually and were able to cut the Minnesota lead to 24-20 in the third quarter.

Here are seven takeaways from the Eagles 38-20 loss to the Vikings.

1. Zach Ertz played his worst game with the Eagles

Ertz dropped a third-down conversion and then fumbled after being stripped by Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks and recovered by Anthony Barr. Ertz finished the ball game with four catches for 54 yards but was basically a non-factor.