Eagles go down in flames vs Buccaneers, Ray Lewis and Mina Kimes annihilate Philly's defense

The stars were out for Eagles vs. Buccaneers, but that isn't always a good thing.

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Well, we looked around Raymond James Stadium and saw a few stars out for the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wild Card Round game. If you pulled your cell phone out and checked out social media, you no doubt saw some familiar faces there as well.

Oftentimes, when we say that, it's pretty cool to do so. That isn't the case as we turn the page to the offseason. While Joe Buck and Troy Aikman were calling the game on ESPN, Ray Lewis took some time during the second half to hang out on the Manningcast.

Ray Lewis and Mina Kimes join Eagles Nation to roast a pathetic defensive showing as Philly's season ends with a thud.

Birds fans everywhere jumped all over the Eagles' defense early in this one. The Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee and an ESPN mainstay, Mina Kimes decided they'd join the party.

Tension was high as Birds fans everywhere feared the worst might happen in Philly's Wild Card Round game. Sadly, our fears were confirmed. To make matters worse, Darius Slay left the playing field on a stretcher.

There's uncertainty about whether or not the Philadelphia Eagles are planning to bring Nick Sirianni following one of the greatest team collapses of recent memory. One thing is certain, if Nick does return, the hope is he'll be doing so minus Matt Patricia AND with a new offensive and defensive coordinator.

After beginning their season with a 10-1 record, the Eagles have become the first NFL team to do so and fail to win 12 games. It's back to the drawing board. Uncertainty is everywhere. What comes next? Only time will tell.

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