If the 31-6 loss to the Washington Redskins not enough to seal the fate of Andy Reid, then I don’t know what is.
It should be one more loss.
“You know, my expectations, I’ve said it before and I said it after last season [that] I expect a substantially improved team,” Eagles’ owner Jeff Lurie said. “We all thought we were better than 8-8 but we weren’t because your record tells you what you were.”
Asked to elaborate or to pin Lurie down, Jeffie failed to elaborate.
“Again, I am not going to make blanket statements,” Lurie said. “I really wanted to try to explain to you that 8-8 was unacceptable. Yeah, I guess if two thirds of the team is not playing [then] there are always exceptions. That was a really unacceptable outcome. I just want to reiterate that.”
Yeah, half the offensive line is injured, as is starting quarterback Michael Vick and now running back LeSean McCoy, but with a current 3-7 record, one more loss will make an 8-8 season or worse.
The Eagles defensive line was king of