Call it the “Dream Team,” call it a “dynasty,” or simply call it a team that has yet to cash in on its potential.
For the second year in a row, a comment from an Eagles quarterback has brought attention to the one thing missing from head coach, executive vice president of football operations, and de facto sultan Andy Reid’s resume: a Super Bowl win.
As the Eagles arrive to camp this season, they had experienced a relatively quiet free-agency period. Last year’s offseason was spent acquiring big names: Nnamdi Asomugha, Vince Young, Jason Babin, Ronnie Brown and Cullen Jenkins. This season, by contrast, has been fairly quiet, other than quarterback Michael Vick’s dynastic aspirations.
Three questions must be answered in order to determine whether the Eagles will back up Michael Vick’s bold statements.
If they flop again, Philadelphia’s recent front-office changes might make their way down to the once-untouchable Reid. He has been handed complete oversight of his team, and theref...