Another week, another painful loss for the Philadelphia Eagles. The four things that cost them against San Francisco were the offense, defense, special teams and Andy Reid.
If you think that sounds a little too general, not to mention that’s basically the entire team, you’d be correct. This was a total team loss in every phase of the game. It was a total organizational failure as well.
Let’s break down each generalization a little more in order for you to see where I’m going with this.
What the hell are you thinking here Ronnie?
How can I say that an offense that put up 513 total yards is to blame in this loss? Turnovers and red zone ineffectiveness, that’s how.
Michael Vick had a big day in passing for 416 yards and two TDs but still threw an interception to extend his streak to 11 straight games he’s turned the ball over at least once. That’s right, Vick has either thrown at least one INT or lost a fumble in each of his last 11 games.
As a matter of fact, Vick ...