Super Bowl Winning Championship Coach’s Seat Getting Hot
The Philadelphia Eagles' season was one to forget. Injuries, QB drama, and an overall commitment to garbage football culminated in an embarrassing roll over that denied the 6-10 Giants their *rightful* playoff position. Of course, the Giants could have won perhaps one or two more games and not had to rely on a team that had clearly quit before Thanksgiving, but that's neither here nor there.
It all seemed sunny in Philadelphia, but over the weekend, while Wild Card Weekend was raging on, a report emerged out of ESPN that indicated the Brotherly Love was not as thick in the air as it appeared to be. Pederson was said to have given a "troubling" answer when he was pressed about his plans for the teams offense. Add that to a fractured relationship with his (one-time) star QB and the general high expectations of the Birds fanbase, and you've got yourself a situation.
I for one can't get over his answer being described as "troubling." When I was a teacher, "a troubling answer" meant someone better get the guidance department on the line. Is Doug drawing violent pictures at work? Lashing out at other coaches? Do we need to launch a HIB investigation? Either way, the Super Bowl glory seems much longer ago than it actually is.
What do you think? Should the Eagles find a new coach? Or does Pederson deserve another shot? Sound off in the comments. Even you, Cowboys fans. Doesn't mean I have to like reading what you have to say.