This Philadelphia Eagles team’s issues begin at the top.
At this point, what is left that needs to be said? Howie Roseman needs to be held accountable for his share of the blame for this as the roster issues with this team are becoming more evident with each passing week. Philadelphia took a quarterback in the second round when there were more pressing needs like an outside corner, a safety, or a functional linebacker.
Philadelphia Eagles fans have a right to be upset with what they’ve seen from head coach Doug Pederson. This most recent game might very well be the fifth-year head coach’s worst to date. Following a bye week, his team still managed to come out flat as they were unprepared and undisciplined.
Pederson’s game management again was poor. His play-calling and game plan were both abysmal. This was one of the healthiest rosters the Iggles have fielded all year long, but the same issues this team had heading into their Week 9 bye were present in Week 10. Actually, they were worse.
Carson Wentz has had a lot of struggles this year and his share of poor performances. Still, this team’s issues all resonate from the top down. It’s high time that Doug Pederson gives up his play-calling duties even though he won’t, but time is up. It’s time to attend to this team’s issues and fix them for once and for all. It’s hard to be optimistic about this team moving forward, but fans have seen the ‘Birds’ turn it around before. A lot of questions need to be answered and a lot of issues need to be addressed before the Eagles travel to face the Clevland Browns in Week 11.