It was a promising season, and the Eagles blew it. Facing an uncomfortable and long offseason, they have no one to blame but themselves.
Although the Eagles are out of the playoffs, head coach Chip Kelly will not use Sunday's game against the Giants to evaluate his backups.
If you're expecting to see Bradley Fletcher benched for Sunday's season finale against the Giants, you're probably going to be disappointed.
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6dDon't count out Trent Cole just yet. The 10-year vet said he's still undecided on surgery for his broken hand and his status for Saturday is "up in the air."
6dWhat would it take for the Eagles to make a change at corner? Nothing. Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher are their guys, and that's the grim reality.
6dMark Sanchez is not connecting on deep passes, which was the case Sunday night. Geoff Mosher grades the Eagles' offense in his film review.
6dThe Eagles may not make the playoffs, and even if they, confidence isn't high, but there's no need to be dramatic. Chip Kelly is still digging the franchise out of a hole.
6dMarcus Smith is changing positions once again, and Bill Davis admitted that he's "not positive" of the rookie's long-term position.
6dThey put a camera on Challenger the Eagle as it flew down to the Linc field before the Cowboys game.
6dIn Tuesday's conference with the Philadelphia media, Redskins' coach Jay Gruden was effusive in his praise for Jeremy Maclin and muted in discussing DeSean Jackson.