Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Questions that are being asked after another loss

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Okay Philadelphia Eagles fans, let’s talk about two of the biggest issues.

4. Why is Jim Schwartz still this team’s defensive coordinator?

Again, does this need to be explained? This defense needs a new voice to listen to as Jim Schwartz’s voice has seemingly gotten stale.

5. Why are you still blaming Carson Wentz? Unless an OC and a real quarterbacks coach is hired, ’11’ won’t reach his full potential.

Carson Wentz was fine with Frank Reich as his offensive coordinator and with John DeFilippo as his quarterbacks coach. He hasn’t been the same since. Now, you can’t question his toughness. You can’t deny the fact that he’s one of the most competitive guys in the entire NFL, but we haven’t seen the best that he has to offer yet, not for four full quarters at least, and that isn’t completely because of his injury history (like some of you would like to believe).

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Wentz is finally healthy. If you haven’t noticed yet, both he and Jason Kelce are the only remaining starters on the offensive side of the ball, but Press Taylor is a major dropoff in coaching talent and you never even see him sitting with Wentz enough during games. Where are the adjustments? Where are the coaches? Until Taylor is gone and Philly gets a real OC, ’11’ will continue to regress.

Any success that you see from ’11’ comes from what’s already inside of him. Press Taylor has nothing to do with any of his success.