Writing about yesterday’s Eagles debacle as the first productive thing I’m even attempting to do after a long Thanksgiving weekend will probably be as ugly as watching it as a fan. Outclassed by the New England Patriots, 38-20 in a game that really wasn’t even that close, the Eagles are falling apart even more than expected.
Reports are out that Marty Mornhinweg and Jim Washburn had to be separated on the sideline after Washburn started criticizing the offensive play calling. DeSean Jackson turned into Ricky Watters, short-arming a ball in the endzone. He dropped another sure touchdown, and was eventually benched.
The home crowd even offered up a “Fire Andy” chant.
The Eagles defense was actually handed a 10-0 lead in this game, and never looked like it had any real hope of keeping it. Andy Reid was asked yet again about his absurd hiring of Juan Castillo, and, according to a Facebook post I saw, he said,