SEATTLE - DECEMBER 01: Head Coach Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles walks the sidelines against the Seattle Seahawks on December 1, 2011 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)
Have the Eagles 'packed it in?' | Matt Bowen, National Football Post
Watching the Eagles lose 31-14 to the Seahawks out in Seattle tonight, I saw a team that look disinterested (minus a few players), played with poor technique and didn’t execute the basic fundamentals of the game. Is that a sign of a team that has "packed it in" for the season? I’ve played on a team in the NFL that went down this same path during Steve Spurrier’s final year in Washington—and this looks pretty similar.
Miller: Jason Babin, Poster Child For A Terrible Team
You might think he is a shining jewel in what is otherwise a pile of crap of a football team. But he is not. He is a mediocre football player who piles up meaningless stats at the expense of his team. He would rather pile up sacks than win football games; at least that’s what his play indicates. Babin can’t – or more accurately, won’t – play the run.
Seahawks embarrass Eagles, 31-14 | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/01/2011
It's one thing to get embarrassed by Tom Brady and the Patriots. Losing by 31-14 to Tarvaris Jackson and the Seattle Seahawks takes a new level of mistakes and apathetic play.
Eagles' Jackson sets himself apart, but not in a good way | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/01/2011
It's difficult to imagine Jackson no longer being the big-play piece to Andy Reid's fastbreak offense, but the prospect becomes more imaginable with each week as the Eagles' disaster of a season comes to its crashing conclusion.
Wrap up: Seahawks 31, Eagles 14 - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Eagles are losers. It's as simple as that. One more loss will ensure a losing record for a team that does nothing as well as it does losing.