Plus, it’s hard to replicate years of chemistry on the fly.Smith played against the Seahawks three times during the last two years while in the NFC West and said it was “crazy to kind of watch” the way the Legion of Boom played together.DAVID MAIALETTI / Staff Photographer Whenever the Eagles played against the Seattle Seahawks in recent years, they needed to worry about Seattle’s “Legion of Boom” – the nickname for their star-studded defensive backfield.The boom has turned to gloom this year and could doom the Seahawks on Sunday, with all-pro cornerback Richard Sherman and Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor both out for the season.Eagles’ Brent Celek, left, takes on the Seahawks’ Richard Sherman, right.The Philadelphia Eagles lose 26-15 to the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle, WA on November 20, 2016.Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz throws a first-quarter pass as offensive linemen Stefen Wisniewski and Halapoulivaati Vaitai block Chicago Bears defensive end Jonathan Bullard (left) and outside linebacker Sam Acho (right) on Sunday.In the last three games against Seattle, the Eagles offense has never scored more than 15 points.
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Listen to the Eagles this week, and they’ll praise the Seahawks defense even without those players.
Seattle still has free safety Earl Thomas, an original Legion of Boom member and one of the NFL’s top defensive players.
“Richard Sherman is one of the top corners in this league and [other teams] tend to go the other way, away from him,” Eagles coach Doug Pederson said.