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Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid has engaged in discussions with the team's front office hierachy on whether to bring in a defensive consultant if the team continues its struggles, sources told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.
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Philadelphia is livid about the state of their football team. Once called the dream team, the Philadelphia Eagles find themselves in the cellar of the NFC East with a dismal 1-4 record. Many people have been asking how this happened. The popular target for criticism has been head coach Andy Reid, who always puts the blame on himself in every post-game press conference.
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Eagles head coach Andy Reid has got a problem on the defensive side of the football, which I don’t think he can solve this season. Say what you want about the new “Wide Nine” alignment and the Eagles success in getting quarterback sacks, but the bottom line is that the Birds have won only [...]
I don't know about you, but I for one was pleased to hear Coach For Life's encouraging words in today's press conference. So what's he seeing in the 1-4 Eagles that the rest of the world isn't?10) He's confident that now that he's told his offensive players to stop turning the ball over, two weeks after chastising himself for not being reckless enough...
How bad have things gone for Andy Reid in his 13th season with the Philadelphia Eagles?….. Well after the Birds lost their 4th straight game on Sunday to the Buffalo Bills in stumbling self-destructive fashion again– making them 1-4 after Super Bowl expectations – to the say the least, fans are fed-up with their “Dream Team” [...]
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Andy Reid spoke to the press today about improvements the team needs to make in the midst of their 4-game losing streak.
The Philadelphia Eagles are 1-4 following a 31-24 loss at Buffalo on Sunday,
and their Super Bowl expectations appear to be a longshot. Yet coach Andy Reid is still encouraged.
PHILADELPHIA - The crush of reporters waiting for Michael Vick was so ungainly, Mike Kafka abandoned his own locker...
With a growing throng of Eagles fans beginning to demand that coach Andy Reid be held accountable for the performance of the so-called “Dream Team,” quarterback Mike Vick says that the blame should be placed not on the coach, but on the players. “I know it’s not Coach’s fault,” Vick said Wednesday, via CSNPhilly.com. “It’s…
The Eagles dropped to 1-4 by coming up short in a 31-24 loss in Buffalo Sunday. It was just the latest failure in what has quickly become a nightmare season for the “Dream Team.”
Here are the gory stats:
The Eagles defense has given up 17 touchdowns this season. Only the Chiefs have given up more. The Eagles defense has given up 11 passing touchdowns. Only the Chiefs have given...