Between significant injuries to three key offensive players, a lame duck head coach who has one foot out the door and a hapless 3-8 record, the Eagles' 2012 campaign is an unmitigated disaster.
And if you think it can't possibly get any worse, well ... Donovan McNabb says guess again.
The former Eagles quarterback told CSN Philadelphia's "Daily News Live" that Sunday night's game against the Cowboys will be a "nightmare" for Philly.
“I think this will be a nightmare game,” McNabb said. “And now, when you’re makeshifting different guys, there’s no chemistry, there’s no continuity, there’s an identity problem with this team, and I think it’s only going to get worse before it gets better.”
Rookie signal-caller Nick Foles will make his second career start and is being thrust into a no-win situation.
Philadelpia's offensive line is leaky at best, constantly allowing pressure and free rushers. On top of that, Foles won't have many weapons at his disposal with running back Le...