Eagles coach Andy Reid says he is focused on getting better and isn't concerned about his job security.
Philadelphia lost 31-14 at Seattle on Thursday night to fall to 4-8 on the season. It was the Eagles' second loss by at least 17 points in five days.
Reid is in his 13th season and has two years remaining on his contract. The dean of NFL coaches was once called ''Coach for Life'' by Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie.
Reid says he is putting all of his energy into getting better because that's something he can control.
Philadelphia, which has reached the playoffs nine of the last 11 years, needs to win its remaining four games to avoid only its second losing record since 2000.
Reid made his remarks on Friday.