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A seven-game losing streak won't get Andy Reid to change his ways.
As usual, Reid accepted blame and pointed the finger directly at himself following the Philadelphia Eagles' latest loss, 30-22 to the Carolina Panthers on Monday night.
''I take full responsibility. There's a way to get through and I'm not doing it right now,'' Reid said Tuesday. ''Coaches have told you they gotta do a better job. Players have told you they gotta do a better job. End result is you have to do a better job.''
That's about as far as Reid will go in his criticism of his players or coaching staff. Anyone who wants to see Reid call players out for missing assignments, making mistakes or underperforming will have to wait for a coaching change. That's just not part of Reid's philosophy.
''I'm the head football coach of this team,'' he said. ''It's my responsibility these guys do their job. Bottom line. It's my...
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The Philadelphia Eagles have just lost their seventh game in a row, a first for head coach Andy Reid. The Super Bowl aspirations for this team have long since disappeared as the Eagles now sit at 3-8, Among the worst in the NFL. Andy Reid has failed this team, but moreover, this team has quit on Andy Reid.The play-calling has not been top notch, but the effort the players are...
Each and every day it seems like the plight of the Philadelphia Eagles gets worse.
On Tuesday coach Andy Reid announced that starting wide receiver DeSean Jackson will miss the remainder of the season due to multiple rib fractures suffered incurred during Mondays loss to the Carolina Panthers.
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Stick a fork in the Philadelphia Eagles, their season is finished. The team has given up and head coach Andy Reid looked like a defeated man at the post-game presser last night. The Eagles are a team mailing it in for the remainder of the season. Philadelphia is a team that in reality is four points from being winless this season. The Phillies have recorded a win more recently than...
Andy can't even solve the puzzle.
It might be time for Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie to be a little less supportive of Andy Reid.
Reid’s Eagles fell to the Panthers 30-22 on Monday night, pushing Philadelphia’s record to a disappointing 3-8. More importantly, the latest hiccup could cost the Eagles head coach his job — at least that’s what conventional wisdom and a ticked off Philly fan base will tell you.
Philadelphia Eagles fans seem to have reached their boiling point with their team, and in particular head coach Andy Reid. After a 3-1 start to a 2012 season that many expected to be a successful one, the Eagles have lost seven straight games. Michael Vick has been sidelined with a concussion, but he had played horribly before going down anyway. Sitting at 3-8 and poised to miss...
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Well if losing to the Carolina Panthers last night on Monday Night Football wasn't enough, then the news that was given to the Philadelphia Eagles this morning sure added to it. Head Coach Andy Reid announced during his Tuesday afternoon press conference that Jackson had sustained multiple rib fractures and will most likely be placed on the injured reserve today. It is believed...
Nov. 26, 2012
Time: 8:30 PM EDT
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)
Spread: Panthers -2.5
Weather: Partly Cloudy
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Time was, an Eagle team that was as bad as this one would have been booed out of the stadium.
They weren't. Not even when they fell behind 14-3, with the defense giving up points in ways that redefined the term easy.
Time was, an Eagle coach that called a fourth and inches play with a slow-developing run to the running back, rather...