The Philadelphia Eagles could have four new starters in the secondary next season. Nnamdi Asomugha, DRC, Nate Allen and Kurt Coleman could, and perhaps should, be gone after this year, albeit for different reasons.
Whether it’s coaching or just a dysfunctional mesh of personalities, these guys can’t communicate on the field with one another and/or they just plain stink.
How many times have we heard about communication issues in the secondary between last year and this year? It’s been a constant issue. Last year, we wrote it off to the fact there were new players, new coaches and a new scheme.
Another year together and it’s the same issues: constant breakdowns in coverage that lead to big plays.
The usual suspects are Nnamdi and Nate Allen. It seems that every time we talk about miscommunications where a CB expected help over the top, it’s been a case where Nnamdi let his man go “thinking he had help.”
But this last instance against Washington, where Redskins receiver Aldrick Rob...