Why the Eagles should consider moving on from Doug Pederson

Ross Houston
December 4, 2019

For the Philadelphia Eagles, the playoffs started last week after the team fell to 5-6 on the season after a tough loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

The Philadelphia Eagles arguably completed the NFL's most embarrassing loss of the 2019 season, falling 37-31 to the Miami Dolphins with the majority of their roster healthy and their franchise quarterback starting and finishing the game.

"That's why I'm disappointed in that".

Pederson actually tried to tell everyone that the Dolphins are a "good football team", despite the fact that most football fans have eyes that will tell them otherwise. "They wanted this a little more than we did, and they made the plays and we didn't", he said, also crediting the Miami staff for how well-coached the Dolphins were.

It may have looked a bit discombobulated at first when the Dolphins came out during a fourth-and-goal scenario in the second half of the game, but they knew exactly what they were doing.

Pederson not only doesn't have his team ready to play, he clearly isn't coming up with gameplans that are working, especially on offense. And now the Cowboys are up by a game at - ugh - 6-6. "And we did not make enough plays, they did them, we did not, so those are the things that I talk about when I talk about being a disciplined team". The Eagles didn't turn the ball over, but 10 penalties and multiple dropped passes led to their downfall. "They compete, they compete hard", Pederson said.

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