When a team goes from Super Bowl contender to laughingstock in three months, there's plenty of blame to spread around.
So what went wrong with the Philadelphia Eagles?
Owner Jeffrey Lurie ultimately pinned the team's dramatic fall on Andy Reid because he fired him after 14 seasons as coach. But even Lurie explained it wasn't all Reid's fault, though he wouldn't single out any one else in the organization and absolved general manager Howie Roseman of any blame.
Some of the team's star players had no problem pointing fingers. Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy were extremely critical of their teammates' effort.
The Eagles were widely considered legitimate contenders to win the NFL title when the season began. It wasn't just players, coaches and front-office folks with high expectations, either.
Instead, the Eagles went 4-12. This came after starting off 2011 as a supposed ''Dream Team'' and then going 8-8.
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