By Ray Boyd

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The question following the Eagles’ 53-20 loss to the Packers centers on how does the team move on from such a crushing defeat. Howie Roseman took to the microphone on 94WIP on Monday to address the loss and what the team has to do moving forward.

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Roseman emphasized the importance of the team maintaining their composure.

“You don’t want to get to a point where you’re ever too low,” Roseman said on The Howie Roseman Show.  It would be easy for the team to get low after such an embarrassing loss that Roseman admitted his team was angry about.

LISTEN: Howie Roseman talks about the loss to Green Bay on The Howie Roseman Show

With that said, the organization also understands the situation they are in. They stand at first place in the NFC East with a winnable game coming up against the Titans and a short turnaround game against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day.

Getting too low at this point could be detrimental to the Eagles’ season. The mindset of the team is the sooner they put the loss behind them, the better.

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Roseman also touched on the importance of not overreacting. “It’s never as bad as it seems when you have a game like that,” Roseman said.

It might not have been the end of the world, but it certainly resonated with the players. Jeremy Maclin stopped by The Howie Roseman Show and talked about how it felt to lose to the Packers the way they did.

“It was terrible,” Maclin described. “I was embarrassed. We’re not as bad as we showed yesterday.”

LISTEN: Jeremy Maclin on The Howie Roseman Show

During the blowout loss, Maclin was one of the more productive members of the Eagles. He finished the day with nine catches for 93 yards and one touchdown.

Like his general manager, Maclin knows that all the Eagles can do at this point is move on and focus on Tennessee. “We have no choice. We got to,” Maclin said regarding putting this game behind them.

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