I see the rationale here. Better track record, had success with Marty as his OC in San Francisco. My concern is that this takes the threat of the big play away -- Jeff just doesn't look like he's got the arm.
Now, on one hand, hopefully this means the team won't be in love with the big play so much, and I hope they will the commit to the run, but Feeley would at least offer the threat of being able to throw the ball downfield, which it seemed like Romo had some success doing against the Colts on Sunday.
Garcia threw 48 passes on Sunday -- I hope that's not the case when he's not starting out playing from behind.
While I still stand by my ramblings in the fire Andy Reid diary, amazingly, the Eagles are still only a game out of first and not out of the hunt, possibly even if they lose to the Colts. The Giants look like crap right now. Dallas still has yet to establish consistency. I'm very impressed with Romo, but people are forgetting that the team that beat the unbeatable Colts lost to the skins the week before. And only the Bears have really pulled away from the rest of the pack of mediocrity in the NFC.
Reid did his best coaching, I think, getting wins out of the McNabb-less Eagles in 2002. I hope he can channel that now. Although execution has been badly lacking the past 5 games, I think the offense talent is better, maybe much better, than it was for that stretch in '02. They'll have to be, because I don't think the defense can rise to the same heights of stinginess. They're not going to be able to win games 10-3, as they did against the Rams.