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Who else could possibly be No. 1 on this list?
This is arguably the most disappointing team in the history of the National Football League.
The Philadelphia Eagles brought in six former Pro Bowlers in the offseason, notably All-World cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, and were expected to be a serious threat to the Green Bay Packers for supremacy in the NFC.
Instead, the Eagles endured a horrific 1-4 start, made even more awful considering three of them were blown fourth-quarter leads.
At this point, if the Eagles had won just one of their five fourth-quarter collapses, the team would control its own fate in the NFC East heading into the Week 17 game against the Washington Redskins.
Factor in the Dream Team comments by backup quarterback Vince Young, the improbable decision to promote long-time offensive line coach Juan Castillo to be the defensive coordinator, the inconsistent play from new $100 million man Michael Vick, the struggles again defensively in the red zone and the season-defining touchdown run allowed to Marshawn Lynch, and you can see why the Eagles are No. 1 on this list.