Found November 04, 2012 on
NewsTags: Andy ReidMichael VickPhiladelphia EaglesTodd BowlesOffense Must Come Alive
There will be no excuses for the Eagles offense this week.
Andy Reid’s offense is ranked 28th in the league, managing just 17.1 points per game. Through the first six games of the year, the offense has looked painfully inefficient and hopeless. Poor playcalling combined with even poorer execution combined with 17 turnovers [...](Read more...)
BEST OF MAXIM
Just how bad are the 2012 Philadelphia Eagles? If not for a key lucky break in each of their three wins, Andy Reid’s team would be 0-8 right now.
Just a mere two weeks ago, I posted an article titled 10 Reasons to Remain Optimistic About the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2012 Season. The Eagles were 3-3 at the time and my thought pattern was that you could see the Eagles’ record...
Andy Reid is fat and his son was a junkie. That’s pretty much the gist of these tweets from angry Eagles bros after last night’s 28-13 loss to the Saints. It was a pretty ugly game from the start so you know frustrations were running high from Philly fans. After Vick’s fifth or sixth sack it got really bad. @jojobasedraichu dropped this gem: “If I catch that f*ck ***** Andy...
A long time ago, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie should have parted ways with embattled coach Andy Reid. A long time ago, the Eagles should have moved in another direction for the betterment of their team. The level of tension and criticism, which coaches and pro athletes commonly tolerates on the east coast, is anything but respectful and kind to Mr. Reid.
That might be east coast bias...
Coach Andy Reid says he still believes the Philadelphia Eagles can turn their season around.
The Eagles (3-5) have given him little reason to truly think that, though. They were sloppy and battered in a 28-13 loss to New Orleans on Monday night. They failed to score a touchdown in five trips inside the red zone and Michael Vick was sacked seven times.
Reid says the Eagles are only...
The good news: The Eagles outgained the Saints on offense, 447-371.
The bad news?
Where do I start?
The offense was 0-5 in the Red Zone, with two field goals, and an interception for a touchdown.
Michael Vick threw an interception, fumbled once (which was recovered by Eagles) and was sacked seven times for a minus 48 yards.
The Saints had the worst defense in the NFL, yet ramped...
We've seen it long enough and some of us are sick. Andy Reid and his commitment to Michael Vick is not only dumbfounding, it has cost the Philadelphia Eagles their season.Throughout the first six games, it seemed Vick did everything in his power to spell the Eagles' demise.The Eagles could have lost every game but somehow Philadelphia managed to crawl into their bye week...
Pointing to the increasing levels of drama and dysfunction on the Philadelphia Eagles team, there have been more meetings than usual at the NovaCare these days. This week saw the first players-only meeting of the season as well as an unusually long meeting between Andy Reid and Mike Vick a few days following the quarterback’s comments acknowledging the possibility of being benched...
John Czarnecki from the NFL on Fox joins Fox Sports Tonight to discuss the struggles of Andy Reid and Michael Vick and head coaches worried about job security.
Is this Eagles team good enough to win a championship? Are Michael Vick and Andy Reid good enough to be considered a potential Super Bowl-winning coach and quarterback?
We've all thought and talked about these types of things for a while now. The ultimate goal of every NFL team is to win the Super Bowl. Numerous things usually have to fall in place for a team to succeed...
Eagles coach Andy Reid reiterated that quarterback Michael Vick is his starting quarterback. The comment came in his post-game press conference after losing to New Orleans on Monday night.Fantasy Spin:Vick threw another costly interception in the red zone, but the question is whether rookie Nick Foles would do any better behind what could be the worst offensive line in the league...
To no one’s surprise (except maybe Andy Reid’s), New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan was named the most overrated head coach in the NFL. The Sporting News conducted a mid-season survey of 103 current NFL players from 27 teams and Rex topped the list.
The rest of the list breaks down as follows:
Rex Ryan, Jets (35 votes)
Bill Belichick, Patriots (16 votes)
Andy Reid, Eagles (9...