I've pointed this out many times in the past, how interesting it is when writers all seem to write the same story after a game. This week, the story appears to be that they've lost faith in Andy Reid...
Rich Hofmann | Hourglass quickly running out on an era
John Smallwood | Has Lurie seen enough of Reid?
And for most of that time, Lurie could sit back and smile proudly as Reid justified his faith in him by putting together one of the most successful eras in Eagles history.
But since their Super Bowl appearance in the 2004 season, Reid's Eagles have been on a slow descent toward mediocrity.
He's the epicenter of this perfect storm of failure.
Mark Eckel | Too many losses fall on Reid
It's not as difficult to win when you have the better players as Reid did, especially in the NFC East, from 2000-2004.
Now his players, the ones he drafted and signed as free agents, aren't as good.
So maybe, all that time Reid wasn't, either.
The scary thing here is that when these guys start to smell blood they rarely back off. That said, if this season ends up like it appears it will, serious questions are going to have to be asked. I'm not ready to call the end for Andy, but I'm getting close.