Quarterback Nick Foles has become the latest failure for Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid and his embattled team management.
Harsh? Sure. But the same can be said for the entire 2012 Eagles season. Foles is a rookie whose first NFL start came in Sunday's 31-6 loss to the Washington Redskins only because turnover-prone Michael Vick was sidelined with a concussion.
But Foles and his wobbly performance as Vick's understudy symbolized much more: The disappointing starting debut of the former University of Arizona standout has become another blemish on an Eagles' regime that has been in charge for 13 years.
It's an administration quickly approaching lame duck status after the Eagles dropped their fourth consecutive game, each loss by 13 or more points, for the first time since 1976.
"I take full responsibly for that," Reid said after his first defeat at FedEx Field since 2008 and his sixth loss in a row overall. "It's my fault that's the way ...