The pressure is mounting on Eagles coach Andy Reid after his team has dropped to 1-4 following a mistake filled 31-24 loss to the Bills according to Tim McManus of Phillysportsdaily.com.
His Eagles have played sloppy, undisciplined and sometimes uninspired. They have been accused by an opposing player of quitting, of being beaten into submission.
It has not looked like your normal Andy Reid-led team. It has not looked like a well-coached football team. The questions about his job security have begun.
“I’m No. 1, there’s nobody to blame but me. That’s how I look at it,“ said Reid. “I start with me and I take full responsibility for it. It’s my football team,” said Reid.
Is he concerned?
“All I’m concerned about is that next game, man. That’s all I care about,” said Reid. “That’s the only thing that I can control is getting this football team better, getting myself better and getting the coaches better. That’s all I care about.”
But has it come to the point where coaches jobs are on the line?
“In the National Football League your job is on the line every week, man,” Reid replied.