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PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 7: A fan of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts to a play during the game against the Chicago Bears at Lincoln Financial Field on November 7, 2011 in Phildelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 7: A fan of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts to a play during the game against the Chicago Bears at Lincoln Financial Field on November 7, 2011 in Phildelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
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Rodgers-Cromartie explains sideline rant | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/07/2011
"I got frustrated on a play that I should have known was coming and instead I did something else, so you know I kind of went off. (Shoot), I was mad, it was in the heat of the moment, (stuff) is going to happen." Asked if it was a blown assignment, Rodgers-Cromartie said, "it was a blown assignment, frustrated the way the night was going, all that tied into it."

Rodgers-Cromartie: I'm way better than that
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie isn't using inexperience in the slot as an excuse for his mental lapses, which caused the Eagles several critical third downs in a loss to the Bears.

How did the Bears limit Michael Vick? | National Football Post
After watching the Bears 31-24 win over the Eagles on Monday night, the one topic I have to discuss is Lovie Smith’s defensive game plan. No question we saw some impressive QB play from Jay Cutler, WR Earl Bennett made a major impact in Martz’ scheme and the O-Line consistently won up front. But I want to focus on how this Bears’ defense limited the production of Michael Vick (21-38-213-1 INT).

Long Live LeSean McCoy, The Human Surprise Party - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
The point is LeSean McCoy, the second round pick for the Philadelphia Eagles who just happens to have become the closest thing we've seen to Barry Sanders since Barry Sanders.

Eagles can't count on defense | Philadelphia Daily News | 11/08/2011
It is the story of this season, a defense that cannot be counted upon. They had come off a good game against the Washington Redskins and a great game against the Dallas Cowboys - proving, perhaps, that the NFC East really isn't very good this year. They had played those games, though, and they were beginning to develop a little bit of a swagger, and then they found themselves last night on the wrong end of 30-24.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Sucker Punch
Dumb mistakes. Celek doesn’t get out of bounds late in the half. Maclin drops a key pass late in the half. DeSean has the worst PR in the history of football. He runs backward and fumbles, leading to 7 easy points for the Bears. There were missed blocks…a lot. Asante plays off and tries to bait Cutler into throwing his way in the endzone. Jay did…for a TD. I don’t know how Asante could have that mindset.