By Tom Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Well, at least they didn’t lose … right? Carson Wentz struggled again and the Philadelphia Eagles played to a 23-23 tie Sunday with the Cincinnati Bengals at Lincoln Financial Field.

The good news? The Birds didn’t start the season 0-3 ahead of a daunting three-game stretch — at San Francisco and Pittsburgh before hosting the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6.

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The bad news? They’re still winless and tied the Bengals for the second time in 12 years.

Welcome to 2020. The Eagles (0-2-1) certainly have shown up to the party.

Eagles Twitter’s reaction to the Birds tying a team that won two games in 2019 was, well, fitting.

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Doug Pederson’s decision to punt on 4th-and-17 with 18 seconds left in OT specifically left a sour taste.

Well, there’s always next week.

The Birds head to San Francisco next week for a date with the 2-1 banged-up 49ers, who despite starting their backup QB due to injury on top of the gluttony of other injuries Sunday, dismantled the Giants, 36-9.

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Insert the “This Is Fine” meme here.