As Eagles Roll Over, Reid Era Set to End

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It should be shocking, the way the Eagles humiliated themselves on national television in a 28-13 loss to the Saints on Monday night.

But didn't we see exactly the same game last year in Seattle? A defense that has no interest in tackling or contact, an offense that just can't get started. It was all there in that nationally televised debacle.

It was all there again Monday night. There was Nnamdi "Night Train" Asomugha shrinking from contact, allowing running backs to sprint free. There were the same inept safeties, serving up first downs to Drew Brees on demand. There was an offensive game plan designed to subject Michael Vick to as much punishment as possible.

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