At his Wednesday press conference, Andy Reid was asked whether he worries about the defense and Juan Castillo's ability to fix it. His response was that he's worrying mainly about turnovers.
"Let me explain that to you real quick. When you have five turnovers you have a six percent chance of winning a football game. Simple. When you're gaining 500 yards of offense and the other team is not, you've got to take care of business."
He makes a fair point. No team generating the kind of yardage and points the Eagles are should be 1-4. It's literally unprecedented. However, it was only Monday when Reid was blaming those turnovers on more or less bad luck. In fact, he literally said he didn't see a problem with turnovers when asked if the team was "pressing" and whether that was the cause of the mistakes.
"I don't know if it's pressing." said Reid "Do they want to win a game? Yeah, absolutely, the players want to win a game. So do the coaches and everybody else. But there's a certain process you go through, and you go through it. I wouldn't say a tipped ball is pressing, I wouldn't say that. I don't see that as a problem with the turnovers, I see other things."
So... which is it? Because on Monday he didn't see a problem with turnovers and today it's the biggest issue facing the team. I'm not one to play the "gotcha" game, but the coach really seems to be sending mixed signals here right?