Reality check: Eagles still need change
Think a few wins down the stretch makes up for an overall mediocre and disappointing season? Don't kid yourself.
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When the Eagles finish the schedule against the Washington Redskins on Sunday - and particularly if they finish with a win to avoid the ignominy of a losing season - they will pack their gear and head into the most uncertain offseason of Andy Reid's coaching career.
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"This is an unfamiliar feeling, an unfamiliar sight," wide receiver DeSean Jackson said. "I've never really witnessed this. It's a reality check. Look in the mirror. Everybody has to check themselves. Hopefully, we can finish strong and come back in the offseason or next year, whenever we are all together, and really eliminate all the mistakes we had early on."