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The Linc - Eagles Should "Blow Out" Seahawks Says Laws

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Should they? Maybe. Will they? No.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
Should they? Maybe. Will they? No. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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Laws: Eagles 'should blow out' Seahawks
"Watching the film, I think it’s an easily winnable game," Laws said. "If we play our game, we should blow these guys out. That’s just how I feel."

Bump set off sideline spat between Eagles coaches | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/28/2011
The sideline spat between offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and defensive line coach Jim Washburn was set off by a bump on the sidelines, according to an Eagles source. Mornhinweg bumped into Washburn at one point Sunday night, and the fiery defensive line coach took exception. Mornhinweg wouldn't back down, and the two had to be separated by team personnel, the source said. Play-calling was not at the root of the incident.

Didinger: Eagles, Young are not 'OK'
Vince Young described his performance in Sunday's loss to the Patriots as "OK." Ray Didinger breaks down why he thinks that is exactly what is wrong with the team.

Miller: Reid No Longer A Man With A Plan
His teams were well-coached – they were organized and disciplined. But not anymore. The overwhelming feeling watching the Eagles is that they are so disorganized.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Being 4-7 Sucks
There was a toughness and togetherness on the team from 2000-04. Maybe the fact we were a crappy team from 1997-99 was the key. The players who experienced that knew the pain of losing and they did whatever it took to win. The Eagles haven’t had a losing season since 2005. There are only a handful of players left from that debacle. By my count, only 19 of the 53 players on the roster know what a losing season is like in the NFL.

Giants just aren't built to win - NFC East Blog - ESPN
If you put together a team that can't run the ball and can't cover on defense, and you ask the quarterback and the defensive line to mask those deficiencies, you're asking for trouble. You've consistently ignored the parts of the game that represent the ability to control it, and you've invited your opponents to put you on your heels -- to force you to come back every week and win in the fourth quarter.